During September, the GBADs team met with representatives from Cefas, APHA and CABI to discuss the UK government funded One Food project, which has initiated a partnership with the South African government. The group of partners are joined together to illustrate the impact of selected biotic and abiotic hazards on the maize and poultry value-chain sectors in South Africa. … Continue reading GBADs follow up meeting on One Food Project
During the past month, the GBADs Programme Executive Team from The University of Liverpool, World Organisation for Animal Health (WOAH), International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), Murdoch University, The University of Guelph, Zurich University, The Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) and The University of Washington visited The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation in Seattle … Continue reading The Global Burden of Animal Diseases Executive Team Visits the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Seattle.
French version can be found here The Senegal Case Study launched with an online workshop held on September 1st. The workshop was attended by 18 people representing the main organisations involved in the case study: Institut Sénégalais de Recherches Agricoles (ISRA) Laboratoire National de l’Elevage et de Recherches Vétérinaires (ISRA-LNERV) Bureau d’Analyses Macro-Economiques (ISRA-BAME) Direction … Continue reading Senegal Case Study – Online Launch Event
In July 2023, Jonathan Rushton (University of Liverpool, UK), Mieghan Bruce (Murdoch University, Australia) and Yin Li (CSIRO, Australia) were invited to visit the China Animal Health and Epidemiology Centre (CAHEC) in Qingdao, China on behalf of the GBADs team. The delegation was warmly received by Dr Zhiliang Wang, deputy director general of CAHEC, followed … Continue reading GBADs attend CAHEC meeting, Qingdao
The Albanian Case Study launched with a fieldwork workshop in Tirana,Kukes,Shishtavec, Vranisht-Tobël -Has,Milot,Durres during 9th-16th June. This was led by Jean-Baptiste Hanon (VetoGreen) with support from Xhelil Koleci (University of Tirana). The objectives set out for the fieldwork were: Visit cattle and small ruminants farms of various types (traditional, semi-intensive) and various sizes and meet/discuss … Continue reading Albania Fieldwork Workshop
From June 27-28, Prof. Jonathan Rushton and Dr. Joao Sucena Afonso attended the DECIDE consortium gathered for the 2023 in-person General Assembly meeting. Bringing together just over 50 attendees from all 19 project partners, the event marked the successful start of the second half of the DECIDE project. The two-day event marked the start of … Continue reading GBADs attendance at DECIDE General Assembly