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This short video provides in introduction to our work and how we grew from Phase 1, from 2015-2020, to Phase 2, starting in 2020.

More than 75 original videos are available on our YouTube Channel. To find videos on this webiste, use the search function, or visit a section by clicking a button below. 

Many languages available on YouTube

With a bit of technology magic, you can choose your favorite language for video subtitles. Click here for directions on how to start automatic translations on YouTube.

Featured Video Series

Select a photo below to visit a page dedicated to a series of videos. The series featured here are:

  • Good Laboratory Practices
  • Alatoxin M1 in Milk
  • Maximizing Your Research Impact

Project Videos

Project: Enhancing Milk Quality and Consumption for Improved Income and Nutrition in Rwanda

Project: Designing and Evaluating Innovations for Development of Smallholder Female Livestock Cooperatives in Nepal

Project: Enabling Value Chains to Create Sustainable Income for Vulnerable People in Crop-Livestock Systems of Burkina Faso and Niger

Project: Enhancing the Productivity of Small Ruminants through Improved and Cost-Effective Feeding and Animal Health Interventions (ENHANCE) in Burkina Faso and Niger

Project: Milk Production Practices, Udder Health and their Impact on Milk Quality, Safety and Processability in Rwanda

Project: Improving Dairy Animal Productivity and Income of Dairy Farmers through Effective Control of Mastitis Disease

Project: "Un Oeuf:" Improving Nutrition in Children Under Two through Increased Egg Consumption in Burkina Faso

Project: Safe Food, Fair Food for Cambodia

Project: Empowerment of Village Women for Detection and Control of Livestock Diseases in Nepal

Project: Improving Handling Practices and Microbiological Safety of Milk and Milk Products in Borana Pastoral Communities, Ethiopia

How to Start Automatic Translation on YouTube

Many videos on YouTube offer Closed Captions (CC), and these videos may also offer translation into many languages. If you do not see CC at the bottom of a video, these services are not available.

“Captions” refers to the text that appears on the screen, usually at the bottom. These may also be called “subtitles.”

Here, CC is circled in red:

Quick Start

We recommend that you watch this video about How to adjust your caption settings on YouTube, available at

Steps to Enable Translation

You must first enable captions, then select a language for translation.

  1. Click “CC,” which stands for Closed Captions. A red line appears under CC.
  2. Click settings icon, and CC/Subtitles.
  3. Ensure that CC/Subtitles are on (English, Auto-Generated).
  4. Click on “English, Auto-Generated” and select Auto Translate.
  5. Scroll to choose a language.
  6. Check settings by watching a video.

For more help

How To Always Show Captions

  1. Select your account by clicking on icon in upper right corner of screen
  2. Click Settings
  3. From menu, select Playback and Performance
  4. Under Captions, click box for “Always Show Captions,” and click Save

Here, the account icon is circled in red:

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Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Livestock Systems

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.