Pig and dairy marketing in northeast India
MetadataShow full item record
ILRI, Nairobi (Kenya). 2009. Pig and dairy marketing in northeast India. DVD. Nairobi (Kenya): ILRI.
Permanent link to cite or share this item: https://hdl.handle.net/10568/28
Today's science and development issues are complex, often involving multiple international players, yet demanding local solutions. Increasingly, many acknowledge that such local solutions can best be summed up and communicated by showing local people talking in their own surroundings, especially in a world where few outside the research communities have the time or expertise to assess raw data. In this setting, science and development documentaries fill a vital role. The film department at ILRI (the International Livestock Research Institute) therefore aims to widen understanding of important topics that face pro-poor agricultural research in livestock issues, so removing one stumbling-block to the quick up-take of new technologies among those who could benefit most. These three films (length about 18 minutes) deals with pig and dairy marketing in northeast India. It indicates that the people now have a chance to improve their lives because demand for pork meat and dairy products is sky-rocketing across this region.