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FEED THE FUTURE INNOVATION LAB FOR LIVESTOCK SYSTEMS

FEED THE FUTURE INNOVATION LAB FOR LIVESTOCK SYSTEMS

Rwanda Innovation Platform

On April 2, 2019, national partners and a large number of other stakeholders gathered for the annual Innovation Platform meeting. Such platforms provide a multi-stakeholder forum for participatory priority development, dialogue, and research-to-development linkages, and they ensure that the Lab’s research has practical relevance and leads to solid developmental impacts.

Here are some of the materials from the 2019 Innovation Platform. They relate to the public health, livestock, and nutrition sectors.

Topic (PDF of presentation or poster)Presenter
Update on Innovation Lab/Rwanda at IP Meeting Dr. Adegbola Adesogan
Animal Resources Research In Rwanda Dr. Solange Uwituze

Improving Early Childhood Development In Rwanda

Dr. Anita Asiimwe
Milk Production Practices, Udder Health and the Impact on Milk Quality, Safety and Processability in Rwanda Mr. Jean Baptiste Ndahetuye
Enhancing Milk Quality and Consumption for Improved Income and Nutrition in Rwanda Dr. Emily Ouma
Assessment and Mitigation of Aflatoxins and Fumonisins in Animal Feeds in Rwanda Mr. Kizito Nishimwe
Aflatoxin Mitigation Through Education, Intervention, and Policy Mr. Kizito Nishimwe
Enhancement for Enabling Policy Support to the Dairy Industry in Rwanda Dr. Eugene Niyonzima 
   


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