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Tata-ILRI partnership in India

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Poster prepared by ILRI, May 2013 …

Poster prepared by ILRI, May 2013

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  • It be integrated with community participation programs for development of nutritional security measures for livestock facing the threat of poor nutrition during famines--drought or flood related in India. The measures like feed,fodder banks be initiated. NVPatil,NRC Camel,Bikaner .
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  • 1. ELKS TATA–ILRI PARTNERSHIP PROGRAMMEAim: Support TATA Trusts and their partners to enhance their capacities to improve livestockbased livelihoods in hilly /tribal areas by (1) conducting research to fill technical knowledgegaps (2) strengthening institutional mechanisms and (3) facilitating pro poor policiesFARMERCOALISIONGENOMEFEEDMARKETHEALTHFeed interventionsbased on systematicassessment of feedresource base,technology filteringand feeding strategyImplementation ofGovt. supportedcollaborative servicedelivery models indisadvantaged areasCapacity building ofpartners throughcollaborative work,training & networkingwith key stakeholdersEvidence basedpolicy facilitation tosupport pro poordecision makingPARTNERACTIVITIESILRI’s RESEARCHSUPPORT GLIMPSES OF RESULTS ………..National government has earmarkedsignificant funds for a nationwideswine fever control programmeLarge number of farmers startedusing green fodder from dual purposewheat crop in fodder deficit seasonCommunities in remote locationsstarted accessing livestock health andbreeding services with govt supportPig rearers are changing nutritionalpractices for market oriented pigproductionThis document is licensed for use under a Creative Commons Attribution –Non commercial Share Alike 3.0 Unported Licence May 2013

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