Eastern and Southern Africa

ILRI operates in East Africa with headquarters in Nairobi, Kenya and Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

This page brings together ILRI and partner resources on Eastern and Southern Africa. It shows information on projects, news items, research outputs and video materials as well as ILRI people working in the region.


ILRI Projects in Eastern and Southern Africa

ILRI News in Eastern and Southern Africa

Youtube videos

East Africa

Photos from Flickr

  • Sep/2009 - Fattening project in Metema pilot learning district, Improving Productivity and Market Success of Ethiopian Farmers (IPMS) Project (photo credit: ILRI).Sep/2009 - Feeding sick animals with sesame cake in Metema Pilot Learning Woreda, Ethiopia–Improving Productivity and Market Success (IPMS) Project (photo credit: ILRI).Jun/2007 - In the ILRI forage Genebank in Addis Ababa, seeds are stored at 8 degrees C (photo credit: ILRI/Stevie Mann).Jun/2007 - ILRI personnel preparing forage seed production plots at the ILRI compound at Debre Zeyit (photo credit: ILRI).Sep/2009 - (photo credit: ILRI/Apollo Habtamu).Oct/2009 - Additional herds coming to a drinking site Site: Awash River Basin (Batu Degaga), Oromia (photo credit: ILRI).Oct/2009 - Herders cool their body after traveling a long distance with their cattle Site: Awash River Basin (Batu Degaga), Oromia (photo credit: ILRI).Jun/2007 - A sample of virus-free tissue culture at ILRI's forage genebank on the ILRI Addis Ababa campus (photo credit: ILRI/Stevie Mann).Jan/2010 - The third Mieso District Livestock Fair took place in January 2010. It was organized by the West Hararghe Zonal and Mieso District office and IPMS to create interest and spread knowledge on short-term ox fattening. Pastoralists received awards from the Oromia Commissioner of Pastoral Development. Despite the then-recent draught, these animals don’t look too bad (photo credit: ILRI).