The International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) has published its annual report for 2018, and for the first time in its publication history, the report is primarily online. Going digital was done to save paper, match the best practices of other organizations within CGIAR, and just generally speaking jump into the 21st century, says new Communication and Knowledge Management director Michael Victor.
In addition to the full online report, the institute also produced an eight-page brochure, with summaries or precis of the stories in the report. The brochure includes a QR Code that will take people to the full report online using their cell phones.
The report focuses on 10 of ILRI’s specific achievements:
- A novel index to measure women’s empowerment in livestock production;
- A rapid, standardized and cost-effective tool for tracking agricultural performance;
- The creation and promotion of a bioinformatics community of practice for agricultural sciences in…
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