In southeastern Ethiopia, reinforcing the development of grain farms is essential as a means of helping farmers improve their income. An International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) poster highlights several farming models which may be useful to enhance the knowledge and skills of and technologies available to farmers growing a variety of grain types.
The N2Africa-Ethiopia project held its third Annual National Partners Review and Planning Workshop from 27-29 January 2016 at ILRI campus, Addis Ababa. The main objectives of the workshop were to review achievements, lessons learned, challenges encountered during the 2015 season and to plan project activities for 2016 season.
We have just published an Ethiopian case study of adoption domains for N2africa in the Atlas of African Agriculture Research and Development
N2Africa-Ethiopia held its second annual planning and the Public-Private Partnership Validation workshop on 21-23, January 2015
Barbara Wieland joined ILRI on 5 Jan 2015 as team leader herd health in the Animal Science for Sustainable Productivity (ASSP) program.
The N2Africa Ethiopia national team in collaboration with specialists from the Centre for African Family Studies (CAFS), conducted gender training workshop on Mainstreaming Gender into Legume Value Chains in Ethiopia
Scientists from the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) are among experts discussing livestock genetics at the 10th World Congress on Genetics Applied to Livestock Production in Vancouver, BC, Canada, August 17-22, 2014. Fidalis Denis Mujibi, discusses the Use of high density SNP genotypes to determine the breed composition of cross bred dairy cattle in smallholder …