ACIAR has a long history of working with countries in Africa. Given the increasing attention to food security in Africa, leading to the establishment of ACIAR’s Australian International Food Security Centre, it is timely to review ACIAR’s experiences in Africa to date. Reviewing past projects can help guide future investment decisions by highlighting the types of projects that deliver the best returns and by identifying some of the barriers faced in different countries.
Village chickens, poverty alleviation and the sustainable control of Newcastle disease
These proceedings are a collection of papers presented at an international conference of 102 village poultry researchers and animal health specialists from eastern, southern and western Africa, South-East Asia, Europe and Oceania, in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, October 2005. The proceedings showcase the background, methodology and results of the AusAID-funded Southern Africa Newcastle Disease Control Project.