Our veterinary research generates the evidence we need to inform our decisions and policies.
This ensures that our veterinary programmes have the greatest impact possible and lead to long-term improvements in animal welfare.
We work in partnership with universities, organisations and individuals all around the world to achieve these aims.
We seek to underpin all our veterinary programmes with evidence-based approaches and utilize a number of different research methodologies providing evidence to address specific problems encountered by our projects overseas.
Peer reviewed papers include:
• A cluster-randomised controlled trial to compare the effectiveness of different knowledge-transfer interventions for rural working equid users in Ethiopia.
• Pack wounds of donkeys and mules in the Northern High Atlas and lowlands of Morocco.
• Improving working donkey (Equus asinus) welfare and management in Mali, West Africa
• A community-based participatory study investigating the epidemiology and effects of rabies to livestock owners in rural Ethiopia.