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IDRC welcomes the chance to share our work with the media. We are available to answer your questions, offer guidance in your research, or put you in touch with the right experts.
 
On these pages, you’ll find a complete catalogue of our current and archived releases and advisories.
 
And we have an up-to-date list of links to stories, articles, and reports featuring IDRC and our funded researchers.
 
For media inquiries, please contact Isabelle Bourgeault-Tassé, Senior Media Advisor, at 613-696-2343 or via email at ibourgeault-tasse@idrc.ca

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Raising sheep is an important economic activity in Mali, especially for women. But fodder shortages and high feed costs limit sheep production, especially during the dry season. Canadian and Malian researchers have found that the leaves of three...
Women turn to tree forage to fatten their sheepUsing smartphones to improve animal health and food securityCharting the future of Canada's humanitarian responseFive diseases, one vaccine — a boost for emerging livestock farmers in South AfricaResilient poultry management for women in Kenya

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A smartphone application developed with IDRC support is helping primary animal health workers (PAHWs) in Laos PDR to quickly and accurately answer questions and treat poultry. The app is also helping farmers raise healthier animals and improve their...
Women turn to tree forage to fatten their sheep Using smartphones to improve animal health and food securityCharting the future of Canada's humanitarian responseFive diseases, one vaccine — a boost for emerging livestock farmers in South AfricaResilient poultry management for women in Kenya

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From refugee camps in Jordan and Sudan, to natural disasters in Haiti and Pakistan, to famines from the Sahel to the Horn of Africa, conflicts and natural disasters occurring in the last several decades have pushed the global humanitarian system to...
Women turn to tree forage to fatten their sheepUsing smartphones to improve animal health and food security Charting the future of Canada's humanitarian responseFive diseases, one vaccine — a boost for emerging livestock farmers in South AfricaResilient poultry management for women in Kenya

Latest Results

South African and Canadian scientists are developing two innovative livestock vaccines that are affordable and heat-stable, while giving long-term protection.With the 5-in-1 vaccine, a single injection will protect goats, sheep, and cattle against...
Women turn to tree forage to fatten their sheepUsing smartphones to improve animal health and food securityCharting the future of Canada's humanitarian response Five diseases, one vaccine — a boost for emerging livestock farmers in South AfricaResilient poultry management for women in Kenya

Latest Results

Research shows that indigenous chicken are a strategic component of building resilience in semi-arid Kenya. Kenyan and Canadian experts and a network of hundreds of farmer groups improved poultry management as part of research to adapt to...
Women turn to tree forage to fatten their sheepUsing smartphones to improve animal health and food securityCharting the future of Canada's humanitarian responseFive diseases, one vaccine — a boost for emerging livestock farmers in South Africa Resilient poultry management for women in Kenya
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