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Tanzania livestock modernization initiative to improve livelihoods of smallholders and boost food security

ILRI’s Amos Omore (left) and Tanzania President Jakaya Kikwete (seated) during the launch of the Tanzania Livestock Modernization Initiative on 20 July 2015 (photo credit: ILRI/Mercy Becon). 343 more words


International #YouthDay: Join the Twitter discussion!

On 17 December 1999, in its resolution 54/120, the United Nations General Assembly endorsed the recommendation made by the World Conference of Ministers Responsible for Youth (Lisbon, 8-12 August 1998) that 12 August be declared International Youth Day. 258 more words


Budidaya Lebah Madu untuk Petani dan Anggota Koperasi di Airnaningan

Sebagai salah satu upaya mewujudkan kemandirian ekonomi lokal masyarakat di Desa Airnaningan, Kecamatan Airnaningan, Kabupaten Tanggamus-Lampung. Koperasi Tirto Kencono bersama Yayasan Konservasi Way Seputih (YKWS) memberikan pelatihan budidaya madu untuk 21 anggota Koperasi dan Kelompok Tani Margomulyo. 442 more words

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Many foreigners living in Spain who hold a resident certificate of registration as citizens of the European Union, have received a letter from the Foreign Office of the Spanish Government in which it is required to demostrate that they have sufficient resources to live during the period of their residence in Spain. 234 more words


Sing it loudly

“Vision without action is merely a dream. Action without vision just passes the time. Vision with action can change the world.” Joel Barker

A couple of years ago I wouldn’t have even dreamt of writing this text. 552 more words


Investigating the impacts of the invasive species Prosopis in Baringo, Kenya

The Baringo district northwest of Nairobi is one of the regions in Kenya where a number of mesquite species, Prosopis spp., were introduced some 40 years ago as part of poverty alleviation efforts. 285 more words

Invasive Species

ILRI research brief says marketing information tool has improved livestock trading in Somaliland

Goats at a market in Somaliland (photo credit: ILRI/Peter Ballantyne).

By Andrew Wangili

A new research brief by the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) shows that a livestock marketing information system (LMIS) has improved access to animal marketing information and helped increase trading in livestock in Somaliland. 372 more words