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A mHealth project reaches the most vulnerable populations in Burkina Faso: mothers, babies, and people living with HIV.
Armed with knowledge, netbooks, and mobile phones, health workers are tackling chronic diseases among underserved populations in Lebanon.
Ethiopia has one of the most significant livestock populations in Africa. Cattle represent one of the country’s largest segments of this population, with roughly 50 million animals.

Education in the Global South faces several key interrelated challenges for which open educational resources (OER) are seen to be part of the solution. These challenges include unequal access to education; variable quality of educational resources, teaching, and student performance; and...

Hemorrhagic septicemia is an acute and often fatal bacterial disease that affects mainly cattle and buffaloes in Asian and African countries.
Almost one billion of the poorest people on the planet depend on livestock for their livelihoods.
The CCPP bacterium causes sick animals to experience severe symptoms and die within 7-10 days.
Pigs are among the most profitable livestock for poor farmers.
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.