The case for investing in data-driven animal health systems

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The case for investing in data-driven animal health systems

"To improve our current defences against emerging animal diseases, the world needs more focused and directed investment into the systematic collection, organisation, and use of existing animal health data," writes SEBI-Livestock Director Prof Andy Peters in a recent guest essay. 

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Database of Veterinary Medicines Regulators

New global database of Veterinary Medicines Regulators launched

Tool aims to help industry connect more effectively with veterinary medicine regulators
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Mastitis training materials in Amharic

Ethiopia’s dairy sector welcomes mastitis training materials

New tool aims to boost milk production and improve animal health
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Goat in a market in Nigeria photo credit- ILRI Mann

Launch of new SEBI-Livestock 5-year programme

A new five-year programme will continue our work on mobilising data and evidence for better decisions in the livestock sector.
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A livestock keeper feeds sheep, Doyogena, Ethiopia. Photo: Z. Sewunet (ILRI)

Scientists deploy machine learning to close data gaps on Ethiopian animal health

Automation will speed up data-gathering on vital animal health evidence
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A pastoralist herds goats in Borana Ethiopia. Photo: Z Sewunet (ILRI)

Livestock health and its relationship with contagious diseases

Professor Andy Peters, SEBI-Livestock program director, discusses livestock health and its relationship with contagious diseases.
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Livestockdata.org is a new data platform for the livestock community.

New livestock data portal aims to drive better decisions and investments

Livestockdata.org offers data and evidence on livestock health and productivity in low and middle-income countries
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