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Lively Newsletter

Published four times per year, the Lively Newsletter is an easy way to stay informed about our work and many resources related to livestock systems. Subscribe on this page, and browse the issues published on MailChimp. 

Lively Newsletter. Issue #18, November 2022

Meet researcher Dr. Conner Mullally and learn about his team project in Nepal to empower women farmers. Also discover our newest projects, a video series, and many other resources.

Lively Newsletter. Issue #17, July 2022

This special issue shares “Special Issues” from three journals, plus a free online course and updates on aflatoxin M1.

Lively Newsletter. Issue #16, March 2022

Issue #16 starts with a video about a family from Rwanda, and it introduces Dr. Nargiza Ludgate and efforts for local capacity development.  

Lively Newsletter. Issue #15, September 2021

Lively Newsletter. Issue #14, June 2021

Lively Newsletter. Issue #13, February 2021

Lively Newsletter. Issue #12, September 2020

Lively Newsletter. Issue #11, July 2020

Lively Newsletter. Issue #10, March 2020

Lively Newsletter. Issue #9, December 2019

Lively Newsletter. Issue #8, July 2019

Lively Newsletter. Issue #7, March 2019

Lively Newsletter. Issue #6, November 2018

Lively Newsletter. Issue #5, October 2018

Lively Newsletter. Issue #4, July 2018

Lively Newsletter. Issue #3, April 2018

Lively Newsletter. Isssue #2, January 2018

Lively Newsletter. Issue #1, August 2017


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This work was funded in whole or part by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Bureau for Food Security under Agreement # AID-OAA-L-15-00003 as part of Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Livestock Systems. Additional funding was received from Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed here are those of the authors alone.