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  • LD4D - Proceedings of Meeting 4-6 February 2020, Rome 

    Salmon, Gareth (2020-02-06)
    Presenters will share experiences measuring impact at different scales, including what methods and data they use to measure impact, and the robustness of those measurements. The community will be invited to provide feedback ...
  • LD4D - Proceedings of Meeting 4-6 February 2020, Rome 

    Salmon, Gareth (2020-02-06)
    Producers and other actors are making significant investments in livestock farming systems and value chains. How should we plan investments that safeguard sustainable livestock development now and in the future? How should ...
  • LD4D - Proceedings of Meeting 4-6 February 2020, Rome 

    Salmon, Gareth (2020-02-06)
    How are technology applications supporting livestock health and productivity in LMICs? This dynamic and interactive session will showcase well-established solutions as well as new and emerging tech that support value chains ...
  • LD4D - Proceedings of Meeting 4-6 February 2020, Rome 

    Salmon, Gareth (2020-02-06)
    Longitudinal datasets provides valuable insights to changes over time at a national level. This session will consider which longitudinal datasets are currently available, how they contribute to knowledge in the sector, and ...
  • LD4D - Proceedings of Meeting 4-6 February 2020, Rome 

    Salmon, Gareth (2020-02-06)
    Speakers will present their insights into future livestock trends (increased demand for meat, climate change impacts on food production, etc) and present key opportunities and challenges for the livestock sector.

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