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Past Research Projects in Veterinary Pathology, Microbiology & Parasitology

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Past Projects

Project Name Sponsor Start Year End YearAmountProject Link
Developing Reforms For Promoting Asal Communities In Drought Mitigation And Maximization Of Livestock Resources For Improved Livelihoods Through Strategic Linkages

Faculty of Agriculture UoN

-Ministry of Livestock Development

-Kenya Meat Commission

-Nutix Mix (Feed Manufacturers)

0COVOW (No-governmental Organization, KARI)

-Sokoine University of Agriculture

-Ministry of Livestock Dept. of Vet Services

-FAO

-Vetworks East Africa

2011 2014 KES.24M http://vetpathology.uonbi.ac.ke
Controlling Infectious Bursal Disease Through Development Of Local Vaccines And Establishing Ffective Vaccination Program
Dr. Lucy W. Njagi (PI), Prof. Lilly C. Bebora,
 Dr. Jane W. Githinji, Dr. Wanzila U. Mutinda and
 Dr. Anisia N. Muriuki
2011 2013 Kshs. 25m http://vetpathology.uonbi.ac.ke
Diagnostic And Control Tools And Strategies For Taenia Solium Cysticercoids’(asareca/ab/2009/01

-Dr. Phil Toye- ILRI Nairobi Kenya

-Prof. J. Lekule-Sokoine University of Agriculture, Tanzania

-Prof. G. Lubega - Makerere University, Uganda

-Central Veterinary Laboratories, Dr. H. Kandikandi-Burundi

-Prof. A. Andrianstimahavandy, University of Antananarivo, Madagascar

-Central Veterinary Laboratories

2009 2013 US$521,859 http://vetpathology.uonbi.ac.ke
Diagnostic And Control Tools And Strategies For Taenia Solium Cysticercosis (asareca/ab/2009/01)
  1. University of Nairobi, Nairobi, Kenya
  2. International Livestock Research Laboratories, Nairobi, Kenya
  3. Sokoine University of Agriculture, Morogoro, Tanzania
  4. Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda
  5. Central Veterinary Laboratories, Burundi
  6. Central Veterinary Laboratories, DR Congo.
2009 2011 ASARECA
Characterizing And Assessing The Benefits And Public Health Risks Of Urban And Peri-urban Livestock Production In Three Urban Settlements

IUCEA-VicRes

2006 2011 veterinary pathology