On Thursday 15 April, ILRI staff, Board members and partners gather in Addis Ababa for the first day of the annual program meeting. The first major plenary session mobilizes a range of speakers on different dimensions of the ‘goods and bads’ issue. The presentations are online:
- Livestock: The good, the bad and … (Mario Herrero, ILRI)
- Livestock goods – Pathways out of poverty: Experiences from South Asia (Narayan Hegde, India)
- Livestock and human health: The good, the bad, the gaps (Delia Grace, ILRI)
- Livestock in the developed world: Good? Bad? Or a mixed bag? (Tara Garnett, UK)
See a short video interview with IFPRI’s David Spielman in livestock research priorities.
We also asked leaders of ILRI research groups to briefly present what each is doing in terms of livestock goods and bads, and which research gaps need to be filled.
This post is part of a series associated with the ILRI Annual Program Meeting in Addis Ababa, April 2010. More postings …