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Jac Davis publishes blog post on LD4D 'Livestock data for decisions' web page

last modified Jul 03, 2018 12:06 PM
Jac Davis, PhD candidate in the GDRC, published a blog post on the Livestock data for decisions web page titled 'Integrating gender into livestock projects: How data can help'.

Livestock Data for Decisions (LD4D) is a Community of Practice that was launched in January 2017. It aims to drive informed livestock decision-making through better use of existing data and analyses.  Jac's blog explores how better data about livestock and gender can lead to more successful interventions.  Her work was funded by Gates Cambridge.

 

 

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Jac Davis publishes blog post on LD4D 'Livestock data for decisions' web page

Jul 03, 2018

Jac Davis, PhD candidate in the GDRC, published a blog post on the Livestock data for decisions web page titled 'Integrating gender into livestock projects: How data can help'.

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