Working Groups – Livestock Data CoP | CGIAR Platform for Big Data in Agriculture

LD4D hosts a series of short-life working groups and projects where the real work of the community takes place.

Livestock Fact Check

The Livestock Fact Check project digs into the evidence behind popular facts about livestock, to discover whether those facts are accurate and up to date. More…

LiveGAPS

LiveGAPS aims to identify ways to maximise yields in livestock systems for poverty alleviation, global food security and sustainability. More…

Decision makers’ needs study

LD4D has commissioned a pilot study into the data information needs of local stakeholders interested in livestock productivity and causes of mortality in the dairy sector in Ethiopia. More…

Knowledge platform and data portal

A hub for livestock information and resources, including a data portal, which will house an inventory of current and previous livestock projects and descriptions of associated databases. More…

Data visualisations and dashboards

This group will consider how we can move toward the forecasting of livestock disease through the use of data visualisations. This group will also consider the potential to collect and share real-time data using dashboards. More…

 

Data quality

This group will explore elements of data quality by considering the fitness of purpose of data obtained from secondary sources and practices to generate good quality primary data. More…

Modelling Impact

This group will bring together modellers and Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation grantees to model productivity gains brought about as a result of BMGF grantees work. More…

Livestock Modelling Group

This group, which brings together modellers who work within the livestock sector under the LD4D banner, is looking to facilitate collaboration to answer some of the big questions relating to livestock. More…

Communications

This group will plan and deliver communications and engagement activities that support knowledge sharing within the community and help inform livestock discussions more widely. More…