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These country-based or regional projects were selected and funded based on an open, competitive process. Research is conducted by a team, and all projects include both a Principal Investigator and collaborators.

Looking for completed projects? Visit the respective country page for Burkina Faso, Niger, Ethiopia, Rwanda, Kenya and Uganda, Cambodia and Nepal.

Burkina Faso 

Poultry Losses and One Health (POLOH): Reducing Losses and Zoonotic Risks along the Poultry Value Chain through a One Health Approach


Enhancing the productivity and resilience of agro-pastoral systems, and income, food and nutrition security through market-oriented innovations in Niger

Nigeria: MAP Nigeria map logo

This project is funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.


Aflatoxin M1 Health Risks vs. Benefits of Dairy Consumption in Ethiopian Children: An Epidemio­logical Trial and Risk-Benefit Analysis

Improving Smallholder Poultry Production and Egg Consumption in Children Under Two in Ethiopia

Ethiopia & Burkina Faso

The EQUIP project is funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.


Profiting from pigs in Rwanda: Improving People’s Lives and Livelihoods through More Productive Pig Farming 

Application of the Integrated Decision Support Systems to Improve Livestock Systems and Household Nutrition in Rwanda for Research and Capacity Development


RESEARCH PROJECTS: Non-competitive

In addition to the competitive awards, non-competitive funding has been granted to two groups:

  1. University of Florida faculty members, who lead Cross-Cutting Themes & Areas of Inquiry
  2. International Livestock Research Institute, our main implementation partner

Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Livestock Systems is part of Feed the Future

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This work was funded in whole or part by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Bureau for Food Security under Agreement # AID-OAA-L-15-00003 as part of Feed the Future Innovation Lab for Livestock Systems. Additional funding was received from Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Any opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed here are those of the authors alone.