making the Livestock Revolution work for the poor
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A world made better for poor people in developing countries by improving agricultural systems in which livestock are important.
To help reduce poverty, hunger and environmental degradation through livestock research to enhance productivity and sustainability of agricultural systems in the developing world.
To measurably and sustainably improve the livelihood of resource-poor livestock keepers, make animal products more affordable and accessible for the poor and conserve natural resources in developing countries through partnerships and alliances for innovative livestock research, training and information exchange.
International Livestock Research Institute
P.O. Box 30709, Nairobi, Kenya
tel: (254 2) 630743
fax: (254 2) 631499
Web site: http://www.cgiar.org/ilri/
correct citation: ILRI (International Livestock Research Institute). 2000. Livestock Strategy to 2010: Making the Livestock Revolution Work for the Poor. ILRI, Nairobi, Kenya.
2.1 ILRI in the CGIAR
2.2 CGIAR priorities and strategies for livestock research
2.3 Identification of priorities
2.4 Regional research priorities from consultations
2.5 Economic importance of livestock systems in developing country regions
2.6 The priority assessment framework
2.7 Implications of ILRI's strategic choices