The GBADs programme linked projects refer to a set of projects that are connected or related in someway. The linked projects share the common goal to support with the burden of animal diseases. Our linked projects works are based through Europe, The Americas and United Kingdom. You can find a list of GBADs linked projects below:
WOAH Collaborating Centre in Europe
DECIDE, is a five-year Horizon 2020 project, and will develop data-driven decision support tools. Moreover, options will be provided for controlling the disease along with their implications in terms of disease spread, economic burden and animal welfare.
WOAH Collaborating Centre in The Americas
Kansas State University, Washington State University, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, University of São Paulo and University of Brasilia , developing a centre of excellence for the use of economics in animal health in the Americas.
Working with The World Organisation for Animal Health (WOAH) and other international organisations, developing methods to define the burden of antimicrobials in terms of the expenditure on AMU and the costs of AMR in livestock. It will also explore methods for the assessment of the impact of AMR in livestock to human health.
The One Food programme, aims to initiate a new movement — where One Health approaches are designed-in to the operation of sustainable food systems. The programme explains the importance of identifying and controlling hazards in food systems. GBADs will co-lead with The Global Burden of Crop Loss (GBCL).
The European project ROADMAP fosters transitions towards prudent antimicrobial use (AMU) in animal production. ROADMAP sets up innovative approaches within a transdisciplinary and multi-actor perspective to engage with animal health professionals, stakeholders and policy-makers.