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Hemorrhagic septicemia is an acute and often fatal bacterial disease that affects mainly cattle and buffaloes in Asian and African countries.
Pigs are among the most profitable livestock for poor farmers.
The CCPP bacterium causes sick animals to experience severe symptoms and die within 7-10 days.
The livelihoods of smallholder farmers, who most frequently own poultry have been severely impacted by recent outbreaks of avian influenza.
Held in Ottawa, the event profiled IDRC’s impact over the past year, while also highlighting plans for the year ahead.
The most popular content on our website in 2017 showcased the many the ideas and innovators that are helping make a real difference in the lives of people across the developing world.

In 2017, 29 teams and their 143 researchers joined the growing ranks of grantees benefiting from the career-building support of the Partnership for Economic Policy (PEP)....

In partnership with IDRC, LIRNEasia conducted a rigorous survey and analysis focusing on women's access to and use of mobile technology in Myanmar.
The trainers had an opportunity to put their newly gained skills into practice.
Thirty percent of the net profit from Karen Coffee sales is sent back to Than Daung Gyi women’s groups.