Antimicrobial use has been very important for both human and animal health. However, the resistance to antibiotics makes it more difficult nowadays to treat infections caused by resistant bacteria from our use and misuse of AM in humans and animals.
The Development Research Conference hosted five networking events held on the last day of the conference.
Restored and sustainably managed forests in cities watersheds can provide cost effective solutions to enhance the quality and quantity of operation of traditional “grey” water infrastructure.
Read our Policy Brief on Antimicrobial Use in Livestock in Low-Income CountriesAntimicrobial resistance is a globally emerging health issue.
With 19 participants, an introductory worskhop on Theory of Change for Agricultural Development took place at SLU, Uppsala on April 26, 2016. The event was organized by the SIANI-SLU Global theme on Sustainable Agricultural Production and Food Security.
Research by PhD researcher Paola Ledo from the Department of Urban and Rural Development, SLU
Research by Tadesse Amera, PhD researcher at the Department of Urban and Rural Development, SLU
Workshop on introduction to theory of change thinking in agriculture development lead by Dr. Isabel Vogel from the UKAim: The aim of the workshop is to provide an introduction to ‘ToC...
Are women able to benefit from their cattle ownership? A recent study by SLU researcher Andrea Petitt shows how they can do it. Cattle are often portrayed as a male affair in Botswana. However, venturing out into the Kalahari countryside to scratch the surface of this state of affairs, another picture emerges.
Report from SIANI and SLU Global WorkshopWith more than 26 participants, the workshop on Bending the Curve-Africa's Unfolding Agrifood System and Diet Transformation took place on Wednesday April 13th 2016.