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ILRI in Asia and the CGIAR Research Programs

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Presented by Purvi Mehta-Bhatt at the Managing Risks in Emerging Pork Markets: An International South – South Symposium, held in Hanoi, Vietnam, 23-25 April 2012.

Presented by Purvi Mehta-Bhatt at the Managing Risks in Emerging Pork Markets: An International South – South Symposium, held in Hanoi, Vietnam, 23-25 April 2012.

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  • 1. International Livestock Research Institute Dr. Purvi Mehta-Bhatt Head- Asia Region 1
  • 2.  Who we are.. Where we work.. ILRI in Asia.. CRPs Partnerships: A key to our work..
  • 3. Consultative Group of International Agriculture Research
  • 4. ILRI• A CGIAR centre dedicated to livestock research• Two principle campuses- Nairobi and Addis Ababa• Over 700 people, 46 nationalities Production Animal Health Productivity Climate change Access NRM Gender Rangeland deve. Policy
  • 5. Where does ILRI work?
  • 6. Livestock sector in Asia..• Livelihood to 300 million poor people• A traditional sector undergoing rapid changes (consumption, production, marketing)• Climate change and it’s implications• Many areas remaining ‘immune’ to growth
  • 7. Livestock sector in Asia..• Livelihood to 300 million poor people• A traditional sector undergoing rapid changes (consumption, production, marketing)• Climate change and it’s implications• Many areas remaining ‘immune’ to growth Responsive to rapid changes & Responsible towards the ‘immune’ areas
  • 8. ILRI in Asia..
  • 9. CGAIR Research Programs (CRPs)
  • 10. Why Change?• Collective action and higher impact• Responsiveness• Extended partnerships• Better outreach
  • 11. Key Thematic Areas and Programs (CRPs)1. Agricultural systems for the poor and vulnerable (drylands, humid, coastal and aquatic)3. Enabling agricultural incomes for the poor4. Optimizing productivity of global food staples (rice, wheat, maize, dryland cereals, legume, root and tubers, livestock and fish)6. Agriculture for improved nutrition and health7. Water, soils and ecosystems8. Forests and trees9. Climate change and agriculture
  • 12. Key Thematic Areas and Programs (CRPs)1. Agricultural systems for the poor and vulnerable (drylands, humid, coastal and aquatic)3. Enabling agricultural incomes for the poor4. Optimizing productivity of global food staples (rice, wheat, maize, dryland cereals, legume, root and tubers, livestock and fish)6. Agriculture for improved nutrition and health7. Water, soils and ecosystems8. Forests and trees9. Climate change and agriculture
  • 13. CD Partnerships in the New CGIAR.. Impact at Boundary the Partners Grass roots level
  • 14. Thank You

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