Transdisciplinary Project Communication and Knowledge Sharing Experiences in Tanzania and Zambia through a One Health Lens
Brigitte Bagnol, Elizabeth Clarke, Mu Li, Wende Maulaga, Hilda Lumbwe, Robyn McConchie, Julia de Bruyn, Robyn Gwen Alders
FRONTIERS IN PUBLIC HEALTH | FRONTIERS MEDIA SA | Published : 2016
The project "Strengthening food and nutrition security through family poultry and crop integration in Tanzania and Zambia" brings together animal, crop, and human health specialists, economists, ecologists, social scientists, and practitioners to work with participating communities. It aims to increase poultry value chain, crop farming systems efficiency, and household food and nutrition security and thus requires understanding of, and ability to work effectively within, complex systems. In this context, communication knowledge sharing and synthesis between stakeholders from diverse backgrounds and a range of experiences, perspectives, agendas, and knowledge is a challenge. To address this s..View full abstract
Awarded by Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research
Awarded by ACIAR
This project (FSC/2012/023) is funded by the Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research, and the Governments of Tanzania and Zambia. The Small Research Activity (FSC/2014/101) was also funded by ACIAR. Both activities build on previous work supported by the ACIAR and the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade and the Governments of Tanzania and Zambia.