This page brings together ILRI and partner resources on Uganda. It shows information on projects, news items, research outputs, video materials and presentations as well as ILRI people working in the country.

ILRI Staff

Isabelle Baltenweck

Isabelle Baltenweck

Program Leader: Policies, Institutions and Livelihoods

John Recha

John Recha

Scientist, Climate-Smart Agriculture and Policy

Innocent Obilil

Innocent Obilil

Data Systems Management Specialist

Bernard Bett

Bernard Bett

Senior scientist, Animal and human health

You may also like

SAPLING Initiative key results for 2023


SAPLING Initiatives Pause and Reflect moment for the year 2024

Participants at the February 2024 environment and ecosystem workshop in Hwange, Zimbabwe


Integrating environmental and ecosystem health into One Health – choices, contexts and communities matter

One Health observatory infographic


COHESA's One Health Observatory: A one stop shop on One Health activities in 12 countries in Africa

District officials, ILRI and E4Impact staff and beneficiaries of the pig-entrepreneur training after the launch of the program in Masaka (photo credit: ILRI/Pamela Wairagala).


Power in numbers: Farmers, traders and lenders explore expansion of pig businesses in Uganda

Biobanking training


Uganda biobanking training launches new initiative to preserve Africa’s indigenous chickens

Intergrated herd health to improve pig production

Integrating herd health for improved pig production in Uganda’s central region

Uganda Research Regulators Forum


Uganda inaugurates research regulators' forum to strengthen compliance

Related Publications

Choice heuristics and livestock farmers' preference heterogeneity for Rift Valley fever vaccines in Uganda

  • Asindu, Marsy
  • Abdulai, A.
  • Bett, Bernard K.
  • Roesel, Kristina
  • Ouma, Emily A.

Widening geographic range of Rift Valley fever disease clusters associated with climate change in East Africa

  • Situma, S.
  • Nyakarahuka, L.
  • Omondi, E.
  • Mureithi, M.
  • Mweu, M.M.
  • Muturi, M.
  • Mwatondo, A.
  • Dawa, J.
  • Konongoi, L.
  • Khamadi, S.
  • Clancey, E.
  • Lofgren, E.
  • Osoro, E.
  • Ngere, I.
  • Breiman, R.F.
  • Bakamutumaho, B.
  • Muruta, A.
  • Gachohi, J.
  • Oyola, Samuel O.
  • Njenga, M.K.
  • Singh, D.

Antimicrobial use and antimicrobial resistance in Escherichia coli in semi-intensive and free-range poultry farms in Uganda

  • Mbatidde, Irene
  • Ndoboli, Dickson
  • Ayebare, Dreck
  • Muloi, Dishon
  • Roesel, Kristina
  • Ochieng, Linnet
  • Dione, Michel M.
  • Tenhagen, B.-A.
  • Biryomumaisho, S.
  • Wampande, E.
  • Wieland, Barbara
  • Olsen, J.E.
  • Moodley, Arshnee

Theory of change for the dairy value chain in Uganda, developed for the CGIAR Initiative Sustainable Animal Productivity for Livelihoods, Nutrition and Gender Inclusion

  • Ouma, Emily A.
  • Gebreyohanes, Gebregziabher
  • Okeyo Mwai, Ally
  • Marshall, Karen
  • Lukuyu, Ben A.
  • Mukasa, C.
  • Oba, Peter
  • Dione, Michel M.
  • Businge, Martha
  • Namatovu, Jane
  • Notenbaert, An Maria Omer
  • Hoek, Rein van der
  • Rekik, Mourad
  • Baltenweck, Isabelle

Towards institutionalization of One Health in eastern and southern Africa

  • Richards, Shauna
  • Knight-Jones, Theodore J.D.
  • Angombe, S.
  • Becker, J.
  • Bukachi, S.A.
  • Chirenda, J.
  • De Araujo, L.
  • De Nys, H.
  • Desta, Hiwot
  • Fafetine, J.
  • Fèvre, Eric M.
  • Freeman, R.
  • Grace, Delia
  • Hamoonga, R.
  • Hared, Y.A.
  • Hassim, A.
  • Iraki, B.
  • Okello, J.
  • Kaba, M.
  • Kankya, C.
  • Karembu, M.
  • Kimaro, E.G.
  • Lukuyu, Ben A.
  • Matope, G.
  • Mor, Siobhan M.
  • Munyeme, M.
  • Mutua, Florence
  • Mtegha, C.
  • Patel, Ekta
  • Pfukenyi, D.
  • Pule-Meulenberg, F.
  • Roesel, Kristina
  • Shirima, G.
  • Shyaka, A.
  • Wood, C.
  • Yussuf, Buke
  • Caron, A.

Risk-based control of peste des petits ruminants in Uganda

  • Nkamwesiga, Joseph
  • Korennoy, F.
  • Lumu, P.
  • Nsamba, P.
  • Mwiine, F.N.
  • Roesel, Kristina
  • Wieland, Barbara
  • Perez, A.
  • Kiara, Henry K.
  • Muhanguzi, D.