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Data collection in Uganda: One goat at a time, rain or shine

by Rogers Adiba, Mercy Corps Uganda ◊ To show impact later, you need to measure what you have at the start. Simple enough. However, conducting research in remote areas requires a diligent team effort and dedication. Amidst the...
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Detecting livestock diseases to improve food security in Uganda

by Jeanne Coffin-Schmitt, Tufts University ◊ Within the remote sub region of Karamoja in northeast Uganda, livestock diseases are an ongoing problem. Further, limited knowledge about the occurrence and spread of diseases such as...
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Peering into the Future of Livestock Systems

Although the future by definition remains unknown, new research techniques are helpful for predicting and understanding potential trends in livestock systems. To this end, a series of workshops are being planned for several countries, following...
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