Snapshots of research in 2020

Enjoy a few photos from 2020, with links to the projects and events they represent. Despite the challenges of COVID-19, our work continued. We were also fortunate to receive a renewal award from USAID for another five years of supporting research and innovation for smallholder farmers in livestock systems.

In Cambodia, pork retailers met in July for a training on hygiene practices at Krolanh Market, Phnom Penh. (credit: Rortana Chea)
In Phnom Penh, Cambodia, researchers met with household members in charge of buying and cooking for their family, on July 10, 2020. (credit: Chhay Ty)
In Maradi, Niger, researchers met with a women’s group for the ENHANCE project on small ruminants. (credit: Bagnan Salifou)
In Maradi, Niger, the Danja women’s group attended training on ingredients to design different blocks for fattening or milk production, on June 17, 2020. (credit: Bagnan Salifou
Online, our global team of researchers gathered in September for a first Virtual Annual Meeting, on Zoom of course!
This Zoom room got a bit crowded in September at our Virtual Annual Meeting.



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Posted: December 14, 2020

Category: Health & Nutrition, Livestock, UF/IFAS Research
Tags: 2020, Cambodia, Masks, Niger, Research

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