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ILRI program outline: Animal and
Human Health
Vish Nene and Delia Grace
ILRI Institute Planning Meeting
4-7 October 2016
Animal and human health – AHH – a DRAFT
Bring health-related activities under one program at ILRI
Promote a trans-discip...
Animal and human health – AHH
CRP phase two mapping
Herd health
Vaccines
and
diagnostics
Zoonoses and
EID
Food Safety
A4NH...
health
service
delivery
herd health
management
vaccines &
diagnostics
constraints
& threats
Animal Health diseases in
land...
Animal and human health – AHH
cross ILRI program/CRP linkages
Overlaps with ILRI programs
 Many!
Other CRP alignments
...
Nairobi
• David
• Ken
• Daisy
Vaccine Biosciences & Tick Unit: Who,
where, what?
African swine fever (ASF)
Malignant catar...
Herd health team: Who, where, what?
Aims to understand impact of infectious and non-infectious diseases
on livestock produ...
Food Safety Zoonoses: Who, where, what?
Food safety
Food borne disease in CRP L&F value chains
Aflatoxins in ASF, and as p...
Zoonotic and Emerging Diseases: Who, where, what?
Team of ~20 in Nairobi
Pathogen biology and epidemiology
Antimicrobial r...
Scientists & science support
i
Uganda=2
Kenya =
18 Ethiopia = 3
(2)
India = (1)
Japan
=0.2
Vietnam = 3
Zambia=2
Scientists...
Science infrastructure
Laboratories Tick Unit
Country offices
Farm & Ranch
TOC: evidence that counts, impact that scales
Evidence
Technologies
Institutions
Motivation for
behavior change
Capacity
E...
Articulated ToC within CRPs
Animal and Human Health
CoA
Priorities
CoA Health
Systems
CoA Vx
Diagnostics
CoA Herd
Health AMR SC Healthy
diets
Upstream...
Animal and Human Health
AH CoA Vx
Diagnostics
CoA
Priorities
CoA Health
Systems
CoA Herd
Health AMR
Upstream
Areas of inte...
Animal and Human Health
SC Healthy
diets
CoA
Priorities
CoA Health
Systems
CoA Vx
Diagnostics
CoA Herd
Health AMR
CRP Live...
Areas for integration
• What is One Health and what does it means for ILRI
• Hung/ Edward/Anne L/Silvia, Fred, Nicholas
• ...
Support needs
Resource
mobilisation
Outcome driven
not rule driven
Compliance
and beyond
Walking the
theory of change
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  1. 1. ILRI program outline: Animal and Human Health Vish Nene and Delia Grace ILRI Institute Planning Meeting 4-7 October 2016
  2. 2. Animal and human health – AHH – a DRAFT Bring health-related activities under one program at ILRI Promote a trans-disciplinary approach to health:  To increase the productivity of tropical livestock through better animal health  To reduce the negative impacts of agriculture on human health  (To improve animal, human and ecosystem health = one health) Current thematic areas of research at ILRI  Vaccines & diagnostics  Herd health  Zoonoses & EID  Food safety
  3. 3. Animal and human health – AHH CRP phase two mapping Herd health Vaccines and diagnostics Zoonoses and EID Food Safety A4NH Livestock
  4. 4. health service delivery herd health management vaccines & diagnostics constraints & threats Animal Health diseases in landscapes challenges in health (AMR) emerging & neglected zoonoses Improving Human Health evidence that counts aflatoxin mitigation safe fresh foods Food Safety Animal and human health – AHH a trio of flagships
  5. 5. Animal and human health – AHH cross ILRI program/CRP linkages Overlaps with ILRI programs  Many! Other CRP alignments  Agri food systems  CRP Livestock: Feed, Genes, LAFS, environment  CRP Fish  Global integrating programs  A4NH – Food systems for healthier diets  CCAFS – Climate smart technologies & practices  Big data
  6. 6. Nairobi • David • Ken • Daisy Vaccine Biosciences & Tick Unit: Who, where, what? African swine fever (ASF) Malignant catarrhal fever (MCF) Peste des petits ruminants (PPR) Rift Valley Fever (RVF) Contagious bovine pleuropneumonia (CBPP) Contagious caprine pleuropneumonia (CCPP) East Coast fever (ECF) Ticks (and tick-borne pathogens) Nairobi • Vish • Lucilla • Nick • Anna • Sam • Anne • Elise • Flavio • Annie Nairobi • Elias • Rosemary • Stephen • Benjamin • John • Liz • Thomas • Gecharicha • Cecilia • Jared • Robert • Stephen • Naftaly • Milton • Mary
  7. 7. Herd health team: Who, where, what? Aims to understand impact of infectious and non-infectious diseases on livestock productivity in smallholder systems worldwide and to develop interventions to address these constraints Disease constraints, production risks and resulting burden Interventions at herd level: prevention, food safety, welfare, AM use, husbandry Interventions at national/regional level: control programs, surveillance Access to AH services: gender sensitive, novel business models ONEHEALTH CAPACITY Addis • Barbara • Biruk • Hiwot Kenya/Tz • Henry Uganda/Mali • Michel
  8. 8. Food Safety Zoonoses: Who, where, what? Food safety Food borne disease in CRP L&F value chains Aflatoxins in ASF, and as productivity constraint Emerging infectious disease Disease and land use change especially VBD & irrigation Priority diseases: HPAI, Ebola AMR pathogens and AM use in livestock Neglected zoonoses Lepto, strep suis, brucellosis, cysticercosis, Q fever Trichinella, erysipelothrix Animal health & Human Nutrition Cost of disease, parasites, climate change Nutrition and animal source foods Nairobi • Delia • Bernard • Johanna • Silvia • Paula Vietnam • Hung • Fred • Max • Hu Suk Uganda • Kristina Zambia • Mwansa • Theo India • Ram Japan • Kohei • Tezira • Emmanuel • Nicholas • Sarah • Martin • Thinh • Wacera • Ngubia • Rose • Caroline • Mustafa • Thanh
  9. 9. Zoonotic and Emerging Diseases: Who, where, what? Team of ~20 in Nairobi Pathogen biology and epidemiology Antimicrobial resistance Livestock-human interface Wildlife interface Environment and disease transmission Urban Zoo Studies from the microsatellite to the satellite in space Nairobi Busia Liverpool London Edinburgh Oxford In 2017+: A4NH CRP target countries
  10. 10. Scientists & science support i Uganda=2 Kenya = 18 Ethiopia = 3 (2) India = (1) Japan =0.2 Vietnam = 3 Zambia=2 Scientists=31 Support Communications Technicians Research assistants Administration Finance Program management Drivers Office cleaning
  11. 11. Science infrastructure Laboratories Tick Unit Country offices Farm & Ranch
  12. 12. TOC: evidence that counts, impact that scales Evidence Technologies Institutions Motivation for behavior change Capacity Enabling policy environment Impact at scale Communication Receptivity Better decisions
  13. 13. Articulated ToC within CRPs
  14. 14. Animal and Human Health CoA Priorities CoA Health Systems CoA Vx Diagnostics CoA Herd Health AMR SC Healthy diets Upstream Areas of integration Upstream Delivery/impact Foresight/evidence 3 groups Delivery/impact Option 3: Development, delivery/impact, evidence/foresight Evidence/foresight HH CoA Disease in landscapes CoA Zoonoses CoA AMR FS CoA Evidence FS CoA Impact SC Aflatoxins
  15. 15. Animal and Human Health AH CoA Vx Diagnostics CoA Priorities CoA Health Systems CoA Herd Health AMR Upstream Areas of integration Upstream/ lab Downstream/ epidemiology 2 groups Downstream Option 1: Upstream, downstream FLAGSHIPS AH= Animal Health FS= Food Safety HH = Improving Human Health HH CoA Disease in landscapes CoA Zoonoses CoA AMR FS CoA Evidence CoA Impact SC Aflatoxins CoA= cluster of activities SC= sub cluster of activities
  16. 16. Animal and Human Health SC Healthy diets CoA Priorities CoA Health Systems CoA Vx Diagnostics CoA Herd Health AMR CRP Livestock CRP A4NH Areas of integration FS Priorities/HH/Health Systems – 4 people FS Vx Dx – 8 people FS Human Health –5 people FS Food Safety – 7/8 people 2, 3 or 4 groups Option 2: CRP mapped HH CoA Disease in landscapes CoA Zoonoses CoA AMR FS CoA Evidence CoA Impact SC Aflatoxins
  17. 17. Areas for integration • What is One Health and what does it means for ILRI • Hung/ Edward/Anne L/Silvia, Fred, Nicholas • Making the most of ILRI labs • Anne L, Nicholas, Johanna, Eric, Anna, Flavio, Michel • Animal & human health in CRP Livestock value chains • Barbara, Kristina, Michel, Annie, Silvia, Paula, Fred • Product lines from discovery to delivery • Lucilla/Elisa/Annie/Henry/Ram
  18. 18. Support needs Resource mobilisation Outcome driven not rule driven Compliance and beyond Walking the theory of change
  19. 19. This presentation is licensed for use under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International Licence. better lives through livestock ilri.org ILRI thanks all donors and organizations who globally supported its work through their contributions to the CGIAR system
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