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Delivering solutions for livestock, zoonotic and foodborne human diseases

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Poster prepared for the visit to ILRI by DFID and UK Research Councils delegation, ILRI Nairobi, 2 February 2018.

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Delivering solutions for livestock, zoonotic and foodborne human diseases

  1. 1. Why?  Billions of US dollars in losses from animal diseases each year  Two billion people/year affected by foodborne diseases from animal foods  Two million deaths/year due to livestock zoonoses  Challenge of antimicrobial resistance Products  Models to understand and improve herd health and livestock productivity  Packages of methods, institutional arrangements and technologies to improve food safety in informal markets  Tools for zoonoses/pandemic prevention  Vaccines and diagnostics for priority animal diseases  1.8 million cattle vaccinated against East Coast fever increasing milk yields and disposable incomes in sub- Saharan Africa  Training of processors and sellers in Assam state has made dairy products safer for one million people  The Rift Valley fever decision support framework is currently protecting around 50 million people in east Africa New knowledge, technologies and products to manage or eliminate livestock, zoonotic and foodborne diseases that matter to poor people Delivering solutions for livestock, zoonotic and foodborne human diseases We thank all donors that globally support our work through their contributions to the CGIAR system This poster is licensed for use under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence (January 2018)

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