The Global Agenda welcomes Brazil as a new partner in South America

With the idea to contribute and share technologies and studies in favor of sustainable livestock, Dr. Mauricio Lopes, President of the Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation (Embrapa), signed the consensus document to join the Global Agenda last 3 November [read more]

Swissgenetics, a farmers’ cooperative for sustainable cattle breeding, joins the Global Agenda

Sustainable cattle production and intensification begins with the choice of bovine semen. As a global Swiss cattle breeding initiative, it supports farmers’ efforts to develop efficient breeding stock, whether they are focused on dairy, beef or dual purpose cattle [read more]

Tropical forages are central to smallholder sustainable livestock production in the tropics

We are happy to announce that the International Center for Tropical Agriculture (CIAT) joined the Global Agenda after the Addis Ababa MSP meeting. CIAT’s Tropical Forages Program has shown that smallholder livestock production in the tropics can be sustainable, profitable and climate-smart. This is based on decades of research by CIAT and its partners to breed and select nutritious, resilient forages, and test them in innovative farming systems [read more]

GASL Action Network Dairy Asia calls for entries: The Dairy Asia Sustainability Award

The Dairy Asia Sustainability Award intents to recognize success stories of practice change from Asia and the Pacific region that make dairy systems more sustainable, both on- and off- farm. This is an excellent opportunity to give visibility to great success stories of practice change and to inform and inspire others. [Read more]

Sustainable and enduring livestock production systems and interfaces between animal and human health, agriculture and environment are central to our new partner Anthra

ANTHRA, a member of the Life Network, joined the Global Agenda during our Addis Ababa MSP meeting. It was founded in 1992 by a team of women veterinarians to reach out, connect, and address the problems faced by communities who reared animals, particularly small farmers and peasants, pastoralists, adivasis, dalits, women and others who remained hidden from the gaze of mainstream development. [Read more]

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