Food systems planning workshop: summary report

In preparation for its Phase II proposal submission, A4NH hosted a planning workshop in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia from February 2-3, 2016, to develop a research program on food systems for healthier diets. Led by the Ethiopia Country Team, the consultation was held at the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) campus in Ethiopia, and engaged a range of Ethiopian research partners and government >> Read more

Evidence on food safety made more accessible

Despite being preventable, foodborne disease is becoming more common- especially in developing countries- and unfortunately, this trend is likely to continue. A growing body of evidence indicates that ingesting contaminated food or drink not only causes gastrointestinal symptoms, but can also lead to chronic, life-threatening symptoms including neurological, gynecological, or immunological disorders, as well as >> Read more

21 stories of better lives through livestock

  The latest corporate report out of the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), is full of gems highlighting A4NH-supported work from around the world. These gems are part of its 21 stories of better lives through livestock feature, which cover a range of regions, topics, animals, and agricultural systems. Featured work ranges from a six-country >> Read more

ILRI releases evidence-review on antimicrobial resistance

A4NH's Flagship 2 leader, Delia Grace, veterinary epidemiologist and food safety expert at the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), recently published a paper which aims to identify key evidence gaps in our knowledge of livestock- and fisheries-linked antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in the developing world, and to document on-going or planned research initiatives on this topic >> Read more