capacity strengthening

Staff

Eric Fevre

Eric Fevre

Professor of Veterinary Infectious Diseases, Institute of Infection and Global Health, University of Liverpool and Jointly Appointed Principal Scientist, ILRI

Eunice Machuka

Eunice Machuka

Research Officer

Fred Unger

Fred Unger

Regional Representative - East and Southeast Asia

Julie Ojango

Julie Ojango

Senior Scientist, Animal Genetic Resource Utilization and Management

Late Azage Tegegne

Late Azage Tegegne

ILRI Emeritus Fellow

Linnet Atieno Ochieng

Linnet Atieno Ochieng

Researcher-AMR

Mamusha Lemma

Mamusha Lemma

Research officer, Capacity development and innovation

Rupsha R Banerjee

Rupsha R Banerjee

Scientist - Institutions and Innovation

Shauna Richards

Shauna Richards

Post-Doctoral Fellow

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