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.

Effects of breed exoticness, agro-ecological zone and their interaction on production and fertility traits of multibreed dairy cattle in Kenya

  • Oloo, Richard Dooso
  • Ekine-Dzivenu, Chinyere C.
  • Ojango, Julie M.K.
  • Mrode, Raphael A.
  • Chagunda, M.
  • Okeyo Mwai, Ally

Journal Articles

Implementing a one health approach to strengthen the management of zoonoses in Ethiopia

  • Nyokabi, N.S.
  • Moore, H.
  • Berg, S.
  • Lindahl, Johanna F.
  • Phelan, L.
  • Worku, G.G.
  • Mihret, A.
  • Wood, J.L.N.

Role of the interaction space in shaping innovation for sustainable agriculture: Empirical insights from African case studies

  • Hermans, T.D.G.
  • Smith, H.E.
  • Whitfield, S.
  • Sallu, S.M.
  • Recha, John W.M.
  • Dougill, A.J.
  • Thierfelder, Christian
  • Gama, M.
  • Bunderson, W.T.
  • Museka, R.
  • Doggart, N.
  • Meshack, C.

Food safety interventions in low- and middle-income countries in Asia: A systematic review

  • Kwoba, Emmah
  • Oduori, David O.
  • Lambertini, E.
  • Thomas, Lian F.
  • Grace, Delia
  • Mutua, Florence K.

Identifying pig- and pork-associated zoonotic and foodborne hazards in eastern and southern Africa: A systematised review

  • Kayano, T.
  • Pulford, J.
  • Thomas, Lian F.
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Population genomic analysis provides evidence of the past success and future potential of South China tiger captive conservation

  • Chen Wang
  • Dong Dong Wu
  • Yao Hua Yuan
  • Meng Cheng Yao
  • Han Jianlin
  • Ya Jiang Wu
  • Fen Shan
  • Wan Ping Li
  • Jun Qiong Zhai
  • Mian Huang
  • Shi Ming Peng
  • Qin Hui Cai
  • Jian Yi Yu
  • Qun Xiu Liu
  • Zhao Yang Liu
  • Lin Xiang Li
  • Ming Sheng Teng
  • Wei Huang
  • Jun Ying Zhou
  • Chi Zhang
  • Wu Chen
  • Xiao Long Tu

Heavy metal contamination in retailed food in Bangladesh: a dietary public health risk assessment

  • Begum, R.
  • Akter, R.
  • Sinh Dang-Xuan
  • Islam, S.
  • Siddiky, N.A.
  • Uddin, A.S.M.A.
  • Mahmud, A.
  • Sarker, M.S.
  • Grace, Delia
  • Samad, M.A.
  • Lindahl, Johanna F.

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