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Long serving Kapiti staff awardees

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ILRI fetes long-serving Kapiti staff

Giraffe at Kapiti (ILRI/Meyers)

Integrating digital innovation in wildlife conservation at ILRI's Kapiti Research Station

Credit: ILRI/ Stevie Mann

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ILRI’s contributions to wildlife research spotlighted at the WRTI’s inaugural Wildlife Scientific Conference

Around the venue at Africa Climate Summit. Photo credit: UNFCCC/Lucia Vasquez-2

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The impact of climate change on health and livelihoods of farming communities in Africa: A complex and integrated challenge

Unveiling Nature's Minuscule Wonders: With keen eyes and unwavering curiosity, this group of three showcases the incredible diversity of insects thriving within the enchanting Kapiti Plains.

Taking stock of wildlife populations at Kapiti Wildlife Conservancy

The team supporting Kapiti Research Station and Wildlife Conservancy at the farewell reception for Bruce Scott and Titus Njonjo who have retired from Kapiti Board of Trustees.

ILRI bids farewell to Bruce and Titus

A civet is kept on farm in Thai Nguyen Province, Vietnam for consumption

ILRI scientists and research collaborators use a One Health approach to study zoonotic disease risks in wildlife farming in Vietnam

World Organisation for Animal Health (WOAH) and International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI): A Strategic Partnership to Safeguard Global Animal Health

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World Organisation for Animal Health (WOAH) and International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI): A strategic partnership to safeguard global animal health

Bushmeat being sold at the weekly market of Yangambi, DRC. Photo credit: Axel Fassio/CIFOR

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New study assesses disease risk perceptions of wild meat at the border of Kenya and Tanzania