A4NH / Africa / Agri-Health / AHH / Animal Products / Côte d’Ivoire / Ethiopia / Food Safety / Germany / Kenya / LIVESTOCK-FISH / Senegal / Tanzania / Uganda / zoonotic diseases

Safe Food, Fair Food project partners meet in Germany to take stock of achievements and discuss future collaborations

On 14-16 September 2015, the Safe Food, Fair Food project partners held their final synthesis meeting in Berlin, Germany to share and compile the progress on the pilot intervention studies to improve food safety in livestock and fish value chains in sub-Saharan Africa. We also reflected on the overall achievements of the project and constraints … Continue reading

A4NH / Africa / Agri-Health / AHH / Animal Products / Côte d’Ivoire / Dairying / East Africa / Ethiopia / Fish / Food Safety / Gender / Goats / Kenya / Knowledge and Information / Mali / Mozambique / Southern Africa / Tanzania / West Africa / zoonotic diseases

Free e-version of book on food safety in informal markets in sub-Saharan Africa now available

The book, Food Safety and Informal Markets: Animal Products in Sub-Saharan Africa, based on ILRI-led research, is now open access. Continue reading

A4NH / Agri-Health / AHH / Animal Products / East Africa / Food Safety / Health (human) / Kenya / Knowledge and Information / LIVESTOCK-FISH / Pigs / Uganda / zoonotic diseases

Safe Food, Fair Food at Tropentag 2014

Tropentag is a major annual conference on tropical agriculture in Central Europe. This year, to mark 40 years of international livestock research, the International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) held a side event at the conference to showcase its work. A poster on the Safe Food, Fair Food project was presented during a special ILRI poster … Continue reading

Agri-Health / AHH / Côte d’Ivoire / Egypt / Ethiopia / Food Safety / Kenya / Mali / Mozambique / Senegal / Tanzania / Uganda

Safe Food, Fair Food: more than 20 project outputs in 2013

In 2013 the partners in the ILRI-led and BMZ-funded project Safe Food Fair Food spent most of their time in the field conducting rapid assessments and baseline surveys in Ethiopia, Senegal, Tanzania and Uganda. Nonetheless, a number of publications were finalized. Nine more students from the previous project phase (2008-2011) graduated since the end of … Continue reading

Agri-Health / Animal Products / Côte d’Ivoire / Countries / Dairying / East Africa / Ethiopia / Food Safety / Health (human) / ILRI / Kenya / Mali / Regions / Southern Africa / Tanzania / Uganda / West Africa / zoonotic diseases

Safe Food, Fair Food project communication now available in English, French and Portuguese

During our writeshop in November 2012, some of the outputs we finalized were a poster (see below) and a factsheet for a wider dissemination of our project goals and achievements. We took advantage of the linguistic diversity of our group’s participants and the factsheet was translated in Portuguese and French to address the non-Anglophone countries … Continue reading

Agri-Health / Animal Products / Côte d’Ivoire / Countries / East Africa / Ethiopia / Food Safety / Health (human) / ILRI / Kenya / Mali / Regions / Southern Africa / Tanzania / West Africa

Safe Food Fair Food writeshop

Hosted by the colleagues from the Centre Suisse de Recherches Scientifiques (CSRS), a 10-member team from East, West and Southern Africa came to Grand Bassam near Abidjan in Côte d’Ivoire for a writeshop from 5 to 9 November 2012. The main objective of the writeshop was to review and finalize a series of publications that are … Continue reading

A4NH / Animal Products / East Africa / Food Safety / Health (human) / Kenya / zoonotic diseases

Annie Cook wins prize for best student poster at ISVEE – on ‘slaughterhouse zoonoses’

Congratulations to Annie Cook who won the prize for best student poster at the 13th conference of the International Society for Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics (ISVEE) held in Maastricht, the Netherlands on 20-24 August 2012. Annie is a PhD student at University of Edinburgh funded by the Medical Research Council (UK) and the Wellcome Trust (UK), and is working … Continue reading