Odisha livestock master plan 2022/23–2026/27

  • Bahta, Sirak T.
  • Swain, Braja B.
  • Nigussie, Kidus
  • Dhawan, M.
  • Reddy, V.
  • Tripathy, G.
  • Omondi, Immaculate A.
  • Baltenweck, Isabelle
  • Sharma, R.

Modelling the effects of climate change on livestock: Towards Identifying the priorities

  • Thornton, Philip K.
  • Mensah, Charles
  • Enahoro, Dolapo K.

Yelemat Tirufat: An Overview of the initiative and lessons of experience from selected livestock development interventions in Ethiopia

  • Dessie, Tadelle
  • Zewdie, Yihenew
  • Yilma, Zelalem
  • Ayalew, Workneh
  • Haile, Aynalem

Journal Articles

The role of power relationships, trust and social networks in shaping milk quality in Kenya

  • Nyokabi, N.S.
  • Boer, I.J.M. de
  • Bijman, J.
  • Bebe, B.
  • Aguilar-Gallegos, N.
  • Phelan, L.
  • Lindahl, Johanna F.
  • Bett, Bernard K.
  • Oosting, S.J.

Effect of light-touch intervention and associated factors to microbial contamination at small-scale pig slaughterhouses and traditional pork shops in Vietnam

  • Hai Hoang Tuan Ngo
  • Sinh Dang-Xuan
  • Målqvist, M.
  • Luong Nguyen-Thanh
  • Phuc Pham-Duc
  • Phi Nguyen-Hong
  • Hang Le-Thi
  • Hung Nguyen-Viet
  • Trang Thi-Huyen Le
  • Grace, Delia
  • Lindahl, Johanna F.
  • Unger, Fred

Dynamics of improved agricultural technologies adoption: The chicken and maize paradox in Ethiopia

  • Yitayih, Mulugeta
  • Jensen, Nathaniel D.

The Rabies Free Burkina Faso initiative: an example of how one health-oriented civil society organizations can contribute towards the achievement of the rabies zero by 30 goal

  • Savadogo, M.
  • Dahourou, L.D.
  • Ilboudo, Abdoul K.
  • Ilboudo, Guy S.
  • Zangré, H.
  • Tarnagda, G.
  • Souli, Z.
  • Combari, A.H.B.
  • Diarra, R.
  • Bidima, M.
  • Traoré, M.G.B.
  • Mandé, C.D.
  • Sondo, K.A.
  • Balogh, K. de

How farm practices and antibiotic use drive disease incidence in smallholder livestock farms: Evidence from a survey in Uganda

  • Emes, E.
  • Wieland, Barbara
  • Magnusson, U.
  • Dione, Michel M.

The global burden of neglected zoonotic diseases: Current state of evidence

  • Di Bari, C.
  • Venkateswaran, N.
  • Fastl, C.
  • Gabriël, S.
  • Grace, Delia
  • Havelaar, A.H.
  • Huntington, B.
  • Patterson, G.T.
  • Rushton, J.
  • Speybroeck, N.
  • Torgerson, P.
  • Pigott, D.M.
  • Devleesschauwer, B.

Open Access

Open Access is one of the key pillars of ILRI’s organizational objectives. We believe that open access contributes to our mission of reducing hunger and poverty and improve the lives of smallholder farmers through research.

In 2010, ILRI's management committee adopted an ILRI strategy on research publishing. This said that the institute would intentionally move towards making its research and other products more accessible. It also talked of open access and agreed that ILRI information products would have a creative commons license. This was the start of a concerted move towards more open information and data products, platforms and services at ILRI.

Here you can find links to important policy and planning documents. You can also find links to platforms where we publish our knowledge openly. We also point to several other stories and resources about our open experiences.

Key documents

Platforms and services

Read about our open access experiences

Google Books

A retrospective archive of full text books and reports is available on Google Books