Webinar | Climate Smart Dairy in Ethiopia and Kenya
Various case studies related to scaling-up of good climate-smart good practices are presented during a half-day per country. Kenya in the morning and Ethiopia in the afternoon.
- 05 Nov 2020
- Van Hall Larenstein
To reduce greenhouse gas emissions from dairy production in Ethiopia and Kenya, stakeholders are supported to set up and test activities. Despite the many initiatives, good practices are still not being sufficiently scaled up to further develop the East African dairy sector.
Applied research has described business models of chain actors and supporting parties in order to identify opportunities for scaling-up of good climate-smart good practices. Six case studies have been selected for this that relate to the dairy chain; three in Kenya and three in Ethiopia.
The project team and researchers hope to make a contribution to climate-smart dairy awareness creation and development of the dairy sector in Ethiopia and Kenya.
The various case studies are spread over a half-day per country.
CLIMATE SMART DAIRY | KENYA
9.30 -11.00 am (local time Ethiopia and Kenya)
CLIMATE SMART DAIRY | ETHIOPIA
14.00-15.30 pm (local time Ethiopia and Kenya)
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Van Hall Larenstein University of Applied Sciences (The Netherlands), Jimma University (Ethiopia), United States International University – Africa (Kenya), Michigan State University (USA), AgriProFocus (now Netherlands Food Partnership) and UNIQUE Forestry and Land-use GmbH (Germany)