In late 2016, the CGIAR Research Program on Livestock and Fish produced several synthesis products, including a series of briefs on its animal health work carried out between 2012 and 2016.
This brief examines the experiences of scientists conducting a range of field and laboratory-based research. It was facilitated through the value chain approach of the Livestock and Fish program which focused on a specific chain in each target country: Pigs in Uganda and Vietnam, small ruminants in Ethiopia, aquaculture in Bangladesh and Egypt, and dairy in Tanzania and India.
It draws on a synthesis workshop in late 2016 where a group of flagship scientists organized to reflect on three issues:
- The benefits of a value chain approach;
- Success in bridging upstream and downstream research;
- Lessons learned from the flagship research
Wieland, W., Chadag, M., Nene, V. and Toye, P. 2016. Navigating upstream and downstream research: reflections from the Animal Health flagship. Livestock and Fish Brief 28. Nairobi, Kenya: ILRI
See also these four specific briefs:
- Dione, M. et al. 2016. Pig diseases in Uganda: Impacts on pig production, human health and nutrition. hdl.handle.net/10568/80137
- Gemeda, B. et al. 2016. Interventions and tools to improve small ruminant health in Ethiopia. hdl.handle.net/10568/80138
- Steinaa, L. 2016. Pig vaccines and diagnostics for African swine fever: the case of Uganda. hdl.handle.net/10568/80597
- Kiara, H. et al. 2016. Access to livestock health interventions and products in dairy and cattle value chains in Tanzania. hdl.handle.net/10568/80633
Filed under: A4NH, Africa, Agri-Health, AHH, Animal Diseases, Animal Health, Animal Products, Aquaculture, Cattle, CGIAR, Dairying, East Africa, Ethiopia, Fish, Food Safety, Goats, ILRI, Livestock, LIVESTOCK-CRP, LIVESTOCK-FISH, Partnership, Pigs, PIL, Research, Sheep, Small Ruminants, Southern Africa, Tanzania, Uganda, Vaccines, Value Chains, WorldFish