Global Agenda for Sustainable Livestock 7th Multi-stakeholder Partnership (MSP) Meeting

8–12 May 2017, Addis Ababa

Products inventory




Here we list everything that was produced

See also the NOTES page with rough material captured during sessions



Storify summary of products


Summary report


Summary report - living synthesis



Photos

ILRI flickr


Photo reports from learning tours on 10 May 2017


4. Cattle production and fattening for domestic and export, Adami Tulu Agricultural Research Centre - East Shoa – Adami Tulu


5. Cattle and camel fattening for domestic and export markets, export Abattoirs, Beza Honey Processing Plant - East Shoa – Adama



6. Public Livestock Institutions: Public Livestock Institutions, National Veterinary Institute, Debre Zeit Agricultural Research Centre, Ethiopian Meat and Dairy Industry Technology Institute - East Shoa – Ada



7. Commercial Livestock production, milk processing, organic vegetable production, manure management, linkage with smallholder dairy producers - East Shoa – Debre Zeit



8. Commercialization of livestock production and input supply and marketing - East Shoa – Ada


10. Access to improved feeds by smallholders; improving poor quality feeds with modern technologies; Engaging rural women in poultry small businesses - Misraq Shewa – Bora



Land degradation – Oromia region, Bora district



Blog posts


News items/coverage


'Daily Tail' Newsletters



Presentations


[Presentations on the GASL website]

[Event documents on the GASL website]

Opening – Fritz Schneider, GASL
Opening - Prof. Fekadu Beyene, Minister, Ministry of Livestock and Fisheries
Day one afternoon – Henning Steinfeld, FAO

Policy forum:

ILRI introduction – Jimmy Smith, ILRI
Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation SDC – Peter Sidler, SDC


Video


Playlist on YouTube





GASL MSP7 on Twitter


Posters

[on the GASL web site]


Tools and models:

1. Comprehensive Livestock Environmental Assessment for Improved Nutrition, a Secured Environment and Sustainable Development along Livestock Value Chains (CLEANED) – An Notenbaert

2. Conceptual models to assess the multiple values of grassland systems – Alexandre Ickowicz

3. Dairy Producer Organisations' Sustainability Assessment (POSA) tool – Isabelle Baltenweck

4. Feed Assessment Tool (FEAST) – Ben Lukuyu and Alan Duncan

5. Gender capacity development tool – Annet Mulema and Wole Kinati

6. General framework to estimate loss sources and magnitudes in live ruminants – Sikhalazo Dube (TBC)

7. Global Livestock Environmental Assessment Model – GLEAM – Aimable Uwizeye

8. LEAP guidelines for the assessment of environmental performance of livestock supply chains – Pablo Manzano

9. IMPACT model: Application to livestock sector scenarios – Barry Shapiro

10. Participatory Epidemiology and Gender (PEG) tool to identify disease constraints – Barbara Wieland

11. Rapid Household Multi-Indicator Survey (RHoMIS)

12. Revitalizing the LMIS for Mali to support the development of the livestock sector – Adou Fall and Abdrahmane Wane

13. Response-Inducing Sustainability Evaluation (RISE) – Sereke Firesenai

14. Sustainable Intensification Assessment Framework – Peter Thorne



Case studies:

1. Africa Sustainable Livestock 2050 – Orsolya Mikecz

2. Animal welfare action network – Lesley Mitchell

3. Dairy Asia for health and prosperity – Melina Lamkowsky

4. The future is in the forest – Pablo Frere

5. Global Network on Silvopastoral Systems – Julián Chará

6. Improving grassland value - an option to intensify beef cattle production in upland cropping systems in North West Vietnam - Le Thi Thanh Huyen

7. Livestock Antimicrobial Partnership – Ulf Magnusson

8. Livestock for social development – Ernesto Reyes

9. Low carbon dairy and beef farms – Emmanuel Coste

10. Peste des Petits Ruminants Global Eradication Programme – Felix Njeumi

11. Restoring value to grasslands – Liz Wedderburn

12. Transitioning smallholder livestock value chains into sustainable solutions for poverty reduction and food security – Gonzalo Becoña and Polly Ericksen

13. Beyond livestock production and productivity: Ethiopia case study – Franck Berthe


Selected sharefair posters from GASL action networks:
  1. Commoning the Commons: Rehabilitating Community Lands in India

  2. Linking herders to markets for environmental services in Mongolia

  3. Tithonia diversifolia for ruminant nutrition – Brazil

  4. Dairy production improvement of small‐holders for supplying “Laiterie du Berger” (L.D.B), an industrial dairy processor in northern Senegal

  5. Sustainable Uruguayan livestock systems based on FAO LEAP guidelines (Uruguay Family Farm Improvement Project)

  6. Canadian sustainable grazing mentorship program



Link to GASL MSP7 website