Edward Okoth

Edward Okoth

Senior Scientist - Epidemiologist

Vish Nene

Vish Nene

Co-leader Animal and Human Health program

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Related Publications

Adapting climate-smart breeding practices for small ruminants in pastoral communities of Kenya

  • Ojango, Julie M.K.
  • Oyieng, Edwin
  • Gitau, Jennifer
  • Ndiwa, Nicholas N.
  • Gachora, J.
  • Muigai, A.W.T.
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Breeding objectives for Central Highland goats using participatory and bio-economic modelling approaches

  • Tesema, Z.
  • Derbie, B.
  • Shenkute, A.
  • Gobeze, M.
  • Kefale, A.
  • Gizaw, Solomon

Ex-ante impact of peste des petits ruminants control on micro and macro socioeconomic indicators in Senegal: A system dynamics modelling approach

  • Aboah, Joshua
  • Apolloni, A.
  • Duboz, R.
  • Wieland, Barbara
  • Kotchofa, Pacem
  • Okoth, Edward A.
  • Dione, Michel M.

Training material on sheeppox and goatpox (SGP) prevention and control for pastoralists/farmers

  • Berhanu, Dagim
  • Lemma, Mamusha
  • Gizaw, Solomon
  • Knight-Jones, Theodore J.D.

Integration and adoption of climate resilient management practices for enhanced productivity of sheep and goats in pastoral communities of northern Kenya

  • Ojango, Julie M.K.
  • Gitau, Jennifer
  • Ndiwa, Nicholas N.
  • Recha, John W.M.
  • Gachora, J.
  • Muigai, A.W.T.

Mapping the risk of Rift Valley fever in Uganda using national seroprevalence data from cattle, sheep and goats

  • Tumusiime, Dan
  • Isingoma, E.
  • Tashoroora, O.B.
  • Ndumu, D.B.
  • Bahati, M.
  • Nantima, N.
  • Mugizi, Denis
  • Jost, C.
  • Bett, Bernard K.