Climate change, trade and animal health
Most rural households in Zimbabwe and Malawi depend on smallholder agriculture and livestock husbandry to meet food and nutritional security goals and improve their livelihoods. However, due to the low level of public and private investment in the livestock sector, livestock-keeping households...
Poultry disease in Burkina Faso is a major constraint to productivity and can negatively affect human health. Training of poultry producers and sellers on better farm and market practices, and effective business models that enhance value chain linkages can improve the safety and productivity of the...
Emerging and re-emerging zoonotic diseases such as Middle East respiratory syndrome coronavirus, Ebola, rabies and avian influenza pose a major threat to humans and animal health globally. These diseases may have a wildlife reservoir or involve domestic animals. In Southeast Asia, continued losses...