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Access to modern commercialization channels is key for smallholder farmers to move away from subsistence farming and overcome poverty. However, achieving that goal is challenging for smallholders given their lack of appropriate managerial practices, production technology and infrastructure.
Value Chain Governance, Power and Negative Externalities: What Influences Efforts to Control Pig Diseases in Myanmar?
Livestock diseases are examples of negative externalities that affect livelihoods and health of poor people across the world. We...
This study is part of a larger research project commissioned by the Global Alliance for Improving Nutrition (GAIN), in this instance...
The UKRI GCRF One Health Poultry Hub is an impact-driven research project working to help meet Asia’s growing demand for chicken meat...
A multi-stakeholder approach towards operationalising antibiotic stewardship in India’s pluralistic rural health system
In this study we seek to develop a stewardship intervention that addresses two major interrelated challenges that India faces:...
The Department of Health (DH) has launched the Fleming Fund, a £265 million One Health programme to support low and middle income...
Interventions to Reduce Antibiotic Prescribing in LMICs: A Scoping Review of Evidence from Human and Animal Health Systems
This review identifies evidence on supply-side interventions to change the practices of antibiotic prescribers and gatekeepers in low-...
The debate on business, markets and states in development has a long history, marked by enormous controversy. Many problems of...