Some of our favourite WILD* women heroes and partners

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WILD: Some of our favourite women heroes and partners

(Above) WILD (Women in Livestock Development):
Some of our favourite women heroes and partners–Screenshot #1:
Elinor Ostrom • Winnie Byanyima • 
Miriam Makeba • Hyat Sindi •
Ruth Oniang’o • Wanjiru Kamau-Rutenberg • Vicki Wilde

We’re celebrating some of our favourite
women heroes and partners at the
International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI)
in honour of
International Women’s Day
8 Mar 2015

WILD: Some of our favourite women heroes and partners

(Above) WILD (Women in Livestock Development):
Some of our favourite women heroes and partners–Screenshot #2:
Aretha Franklin • Constance Neely • Temple Grandin • Julie Borlaug •
Rachel Carson • Paula Kahumbu • Ruth Meinzen-Dick •
Chloe Stull-Lane • Florence Wambugu • Melinda Gates

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the whole Pinterest board:
WILD: Some of our favourite
women heroes and partners


WILD: Some of our favourite women heroes and partners

(Above) WILD (Women in Livestock Development):
Some of our favourite women heroes and partners–Screenshot #3:
Camilla Toulmin • Emma Redfern • Judy Wakhungu • Antonella Pastore •
Eleni Gabre-Madhin • Cecilia Schubert • Ertharin…

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About ikrweb

I'm a researcher, writer and activist passionately believing in animal cultures rather than animal industries. Since about 20 years I have been making my home among the Raika, the traditional camel and sheep herders of Rajasthan in India, and observed how their life has been changing... how economic development, forest policies, population growth and other factors are impacting their traditional way of life. With the help of my colleagues from Lokhit Pashu-Palak Sansthan (www.lpps.org) and League for Pastoral Peoples and Endogenous Livestock Development (www.pastoralpeoples.org) I have been trying to support them in their struggle for cultural and economic survival. On this blog I would like to chronicle some of these efforts.
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