ILRI’s strategy uses science to overcome problems in animal agriculture in developing countries. Address new opportunities and challenges presented by an increasing demand for livestock products globally. Our work encompasses strategic and adaptive research and spans the discovery to delivery continuum. ILRI conducts research in systems analysis and impact assessment; people, livestock and environments; livestock policy analysis; livestock health; livestock feeds and nutrition; livestock genetics and genomics; strengthening partnerships for livestock research; smallholder dairy; smallholder livestock systems to name but a few.
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LIVESTOCK DISEASE: A global partnership to speed development: Vaccines for orphan livestock diseases
BIRD FLU: Combating bird flu in developing countries
LIVESTOCK MARKETS: Helping smallholders break into high-value livestock markets
CLIMATE CHANGE: Livestock-based adaptation—The impact of climate change in Africa
LIVESTOCK FEED: Making the most of feed resources
LIVESTOCK BREEDING: Protecting breeds for people
LIVESTOCK HERDERS: Saving lives and protecting livelihoods—Identifying livelihood interventions to reduce the vulnerability of livestock-dependent households in Africa