Press Room

ILRI press rooms are comprehensive background sources of information full of facts, figures, press releases, and photos. Available press rooms:

 

Press Room:
New Study Maps Hotspots of Human-Animal Infectious Diseases and Emerging Disease Outbreaks
5 July 2012

Press Room:
German Chancellor visits Kenya and the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI)

Press Room:
Scientists Identify Livestock Genes to Unlock Protection against One of Africa’s Oldest Animal Plagues
16 May 2011

Press Release:
New program aims to spur state-of-the-art biosciences innovation to fight food insecurity, climate change and environmental degradation across eastern Africa
16 Mar 2011

Press Release:
With no ‘Marshall Plan’ for transiting to a non-carbon economy, we need research to develop ways to adapt to a warmer world
30 Nov 2010

Press Release:
Biosciences for Africa: Fuelling Africa’s agricultural revolution from within
5 Nov 2010

Press Release:
Scientists meet in Ethiopia to broaden market opportunities for Africa’s livestock farmers, including its women farmers
5 Nov 2010

Press Release:
Market opportunities for poor Ugandan livestock farmers mapped for first time
27 Sep 2010

Press Release:
Experts warn rapid losses of Africa’s native livestock threaten continent’s food supply
21 July 2010

Opinion piece:
Genebanks needed to save farm animal diversity of the South— and assure the world’s future food supply
25 May 2010

Press Release:
Livestock vaccine offers lifeline to many
25 May 2010

Press Release:
Scottish and Kenyan research groups collaborate to improve control of deadly cattle disease in Africa
17 February 2010

Press Release:
ILRI, Equity Bank and UAP Insurance launch first-ever project to insure cows, camels and goats in Kenya’s arid north
25th Jan 2010

Press Page:
New Study Warns That Climate Change Could Create Agricultural Winners and Losers in East Africa
3rd Nov 2009

Press Release:
Research project on fodder marketing in Bihar, India
26th Oct 2009

Press Page:
African cattle to be protected from killer disease
2nd Oct 2009

Press Page:
ILRI Study of Widespread and Substantial Declines in Wildlife in Kenya’s Masai Mara
22 Apr 2009
article, video

Press Page:
Croppers to livestock keepers: livelihood transitions to 2050 in Africa due to climate change
3 June 2009
(French; German); article; video

For further information on media related issues contact:

Susan Macmillan
Head of Communication ILRI
s.macmillan@cgiar.org

Paul Karaimu
Corporate Communications Writer
p.karaimu@cgiar.org

Muthoni U. Njiru
Corporate Communications Officer
m.njiru@cgiar.org