Livestock vaccines for resilient and productive small holder farming systems and to reduce reliance on antimicrobials: development of collaborative project

  • Turner, Katherine Mary Elizabeth (Principal Investigator)

Project Details


Small holder livestock farmers are economically important producers of food, forming the majority of local production and consumption in many low and middle income countries. Their livelihood is typified by economic instability and may be especially vulnerable to environmental, climate and economic changes. Sustainable access to products and technologies, such as vaccination which can improve the economic productivity and resilience of small holder farmers. In this project we propose to analyse existing data collected by GALVMED, to explore the potential impact of livestock vaccinations and to evaluate economic constraints, uncertainties and opportunities.
Alternative titleLivestock vaccines analysis
StatusNot started


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