Paul Karaimu

Paul Karaimu

Publishing services manager

Paul Karaimu is a communications professional with experience in communication for development, writing, editing, multimedia production and knowledge management.

He is part of the publishing unit of ILRI's Communication and Knowledge Management team. He holds a master's degree in communication (development) from Daystar University, Kenya.

My Blog Posts


New One Health Centre in Africa joins global efforts to prevent future pandemics


International Year of Rangelands and Pastoralists: A Mongolian proposal to the UN for 2026

COVID-19 and the livestock sector: A wake-up call to optimize sustainable livestock production

Are COVID-19 and other emerging infectious diseases a message from Mother Nature? —Leading Vietnamese media outlet interviews two of Vietnam’s Ecohealth experts

How CTA helped me develop the ILRI CapDev Grand Challenge—Wellington Ekaya

ILRI Forage Genebank duplicates one-third of its collection for safe, long-term storage in the Svalbard Global Seed Vault

‘Invisible livestock’ – On the central roles of working horses, donkeys and mules on the smallholder farms that feed the world

Getting up close and personal: Building on long-standing CGIAR collaboration, a delegation of diplomats tours advanced livestock science facilities in Nairobi

ILRI scientist Vijayalakshmy Kennady receives Sushila Pathak Memorial Award

Building capacity of African researchers in genomics to play key role in boosting productivity of livestock systems

Scaling better and faster: towards a new framework for international livestock research

Addressing the challenge of harmonizing RHoMIS tool data from more than 30 countries

ILRI knowledge management recognized internationally 

ILRI knowledge management recognized internationally 

Harnessing livestock innovations for greater economic good

US ambassador to Mali visits communities in Sikasso region supported by an ILRI-led livestock technology scaling project

Inoculating legume plants with nitrogen-fixing rhizobia bacteria improves yields in Ethiopia and could save USD28 million annually in fertilizer costs

United States and Mali launch five-year partnership for food security and livelihood resilience

African Chicken Genetics project hands over plan for the Tanzanian Smallholder Poultry Association to government

Greater than the sum of its parts – highlighting how CGIAR is working as one

New insights into the diversity of Napier grass: More productivity in fully irrigated systems

Not just technology dissemination: the multiple dimensions of scaling initiatives of Africa RISING in sustainable intensification

Irrigated forages improve livestock productivity and livelihoods in Ethiopia

Sustainable livestock goes digital

Animal nutrition approaches to profitable livestock farming and sustainable livelihoods

Thirty percent of ILRI genebank collections now safely duplicated at the global seed vault in Norway

Thirty per cent of ILRI genebank collections now safely duplicated at the global seed vault in Norway

Optimizing variations of food-feed traits of wheat cultivars to benefit mixed crop-livestock systems in Ethiopia

Four major livestock investment opportunities highlighted at Burkina Faso national planning conference

Desho and Napier grasses help Ethiopian farmers produce year-round forage

African Development Bank-supported livestock team and Nigerian agricultural lending agency to scale up proven animal production technologies

Green grass and greenhouse gas: Scientists are investigating the links between them

Understanding the dynamics of empowerment among rural women in Ethiopia

ILRI launches mobile phone-based interactive voice advisory service for pig farmers in Uganda

Research and awareness raising increase demand for cassava peel-based chicken feeds in Nigeria

Irrigation boosts food security for Africa’s smallholder households

Escaping rural hunger and poverty in the developing world: A Global Farming Data Competition

Better livestock feeding to increase productivity and boost food security in southern Malawi

Value chains learning hubs workshop: co-creating solutions for eastern and southern Africa

Beamlak Tesfaye joins CKM as knowledge management and communications expert

Brucellosis in ruminants in two counties of Yunnan, China and the use of an integrated approach for effective control

What was the impact of dairy goats distributed by the crop-goat project in Tanzania?

Healthy animals, healthy returns: Improving pastoralists’ livelihoods in Kenya

James Stapleton joins ILRI Communications and Knowledge Management group as managing editor

Role of ‘critical research friends’ in mentoring emerging researchers: Reflections from a mentorship workshop

Why publish? ILRI graduate fellows and early career researchers trained in scientific writing and publishing

Livestock and Fish program gives communication skills training to Tanzania Dairy Development Forum partners

Voices from the field: Using multimedia to tell livestock stories