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Jun 2020 - A 250 ml GLASS of whole milk from cows CAN PROVIDE a 5-6-year-old child with around: 48% of protein requirements, 9% of calories and key micro-nutrients.  Milk provides us with: calcium, magnesium, selenium, riboflavin, vitamin B12 and vitamin B5.   
May 2015 - How many households keep livestock in rural and urban areas? What are their major production and husbandry practices, and their constraints to increase livestock productivity? This infographic presents an analysis of one of the largest datasets on livestock at household level available throughout sub-Saharan Africa: the Uganda 2011/12 National Panel ...more
May 2015 - How many households keep livestock in rural and urban areas? What are their major production and husbandry practices, and their constraints to increase livestock productivity? This infographic presents an analysis of one of the largest datasets on livestock at household level available throughout sub-Saharan Africa: the Tanzania 2012/13 National Panel ...more
May 2015 - The data revolution must address three major challenges in order to contribute to sustainable development: increasing the quantity and quality of data; making the data usable; and ensuring their use by decision-makers. This infographic shows how the data revolution can be mobilized, with an example from the livestock sector. In collaboration ...more
Apr 2015 - One large egg (50gr) provides the daily requirements* of 27% selenium, 25% vitamin B12, 23% choline, 15% riboflavin, 13% protein, 11% phosphorus, 9% vitamin D.  * Based on approximate averages for adult male/female from 5 databases (Australia, Canada, China, EU, USA)