Projects in Kenya

Rift Valley fever is a mosquito-borne viral zoonotic disease that affects sheep, goats, cattle and camels causing devastating losses, especially...
Making rangelands secure Established in 2010, the International Land Coalition (ILC) Rangelands Initiative facilitates learning between, and provides...
Climate change Climate change represents a major threat to global biodiversity and in the Serengeti-Mara ecosystem, it is apparent as increased...
Rangeland resources in the Tana basin are numerous but at the same they are embedded in ecosystems that are fragile and require appropriate...
The project ‘Enhancing the value of ecosystem services in pastoral systems’ is one of five components of the EC/IFAD funded project titled “Water,...
The general objective of the project is to ensure food security and to improve food safety by developing new and improving existing vaccination...
This project aims to improve the nutritional status of more than three million people in Africa and South Asia, primarily women and children, by...
Led by IITA, the Goal of the project is to improve food and nutrition security, reduce poverty, and enhance the production environment of smallholder...
Project goal The overall goal of the project is to improve pastoral livelihoods through sustainable market systems. The project aims to promote...
Many of Heifer Project International’s projects are centred on the provision of improved animals to and training of low income families.  In relation...
  Project rationale The livestock sector provides livelihoods for 1 billion people, generates 40% of global agricultural GDP, and is a major...
The overall objective of the pilot project is to test and demonstrate the potential for linking reductions in emission intensity in dairy production...
Each year, over 4.5 billion people are at risk of chronic exposure to mycotoxins. These people mainly live in developing countries where exposure to...
Objectives: The overall objective of the project is to generate a profile of the specific CD8 cells, generated towards T. parva regarding cytokine...
Project activities Evaluating and documenting case studies of the impacts of livestock and aquaculture financing, value chains and livelihood...
Outbreaks of water-related, vector-borne diseases have complex relationships with environmental conditions. As environmental conditions change, such...
Bovine African trypanosomiasis is prevalent in 36 countries of sub Saharan Africa. It is caused by the extracellular protozoan parasites Trypanosoma...
The purpose of this Project is to improve cattle health on smallholder farms by advancing vaccine assessment technologies to characterize breed...
One of the features of Theileria parva, the parasite that causes ECF, which hampers vaccine development, is that immunity induced by one parasite...
Project Objectives/Goals: The long-term vision of success of the project (i.e. the combined outcomes of Phases I, II and III) is “The sustainable...
In collaboration with various partners, ILRI has pursued a comprehensive research agenda aimed at designing, developing and implementing market...
Objectives/goals To alleviate negative impacts of CBPP on pastoralist and othe livestock keepers in endemic areas of sub Saharan African countries....