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Boosting Uganda’s Investments in Livestock Development (2019-2023)
Introducing the Antimicrobial Resistance (...
Why this component
• AMR a big concern for livestock production and public health
• Recognized as a priority in Uganda  N...
What we want to achieve
1. Understand knowledge, attitude, practices, and incentives for AMU in
poultry value chains in Ug...
Outcomes
- Poultry sector relevant elements of the NAP implemented taking
into account new emerging evidence
- Value chain...
Who will benefit
Beneficiaries:
Value chain actors involved in production: farmers, farm workers, input
suppliers, traders...
What we will do
Literature review on AMR and AMU in the poultry sector in Uganda
Conduct studies to understand AM use
Map ...
Focus on
poultry meat
production
- Wakiso
- Soroti
Different
systems: high
biosecurity,
large
commercial,
small
commercial...
Current partners
ILRI, MAAIF, FU Berlin, BfR, NaLiRRi
This work is financed by BMZ
BUILD is implemented by ILRI together with MAAIF, NaLiRRI, Free
University of Berlin, BfR and...
The presentation has a Creative Commons licence. You are free to re-use or distribute this work, provided credit is given ...
The presentation has a Creative Commons licence. You are free to re-use or distribute this work, provided credit is given ...
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Presented by Richard Erechu (MAAIF), Barbara Wieland (ILRI), Bernd-Alois Tenhagen (BfR), Karin Schlesier (BfR), Uwe Roesler (FUB), Ben Lukuyu (ILRI), Alice Litta-Mulundo (NaLIRRI), Fredrick Kabi (NaLIRRI) and Norbert Mencke (VSF-G) at the #BuildUganda Stakeholder Meeting, Kampala, Uganda, 7 June 2019

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Boosting Uganda’s Investments in Livestock Development (2019-2023): Introducing the Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) component

  1. 1. #BuildUganda Boosting Uganda’s Investments in Livestock Development (2019-2023) Introducing the Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) component Richard Erechu (MAAIF), Barbara Wieland (ILRI), Bernd-Alois Tenhagen (BfR), Karin Schlesier (BfR), Uwe Roesler (FUB), Ben Lukuyu (ILRI), Alice Litta-Mulundo (NaLIRRI), Fredrick Kabi (NaLIRRI), Norbert Mencke (VSF-G) #BuildUganda Stakeholder meeting, Kampala, Uganda 7 June 2019
  2. 2. Why this component • AMR a big concern for livestock production and public health • Recognized as a priority in Uganda  NAP for AMR • Antibiotics the most commonly used vet drug by farmers in Uganda (32%) • Tetracyclines, Aminoglycocides and Sulphonamides account >90% • 38% of farmers reporting drug failure • Use of formulations for humans • Use of antimicrobials in poultry production is common, largely unregulated • Need to develop interventions and incentive to ensure rational use
  3. 3. What we want to achieve 1. Understand knowledge, attitude, practices, and incentives for AMU in poultry value chains in Uganda, and the role of formal and informal markets 2. Assess risks to humans from poultry-associated AMR: Research on AMR transmission risks at the human-animal-environmental interface in different poultry production systems (smallholder and commercial; rural and peri-urban) in Uganda 3. Design and evaluate interventions to reduce AMU in poultry value chains in Uganda 4. Support evidence-based policy dialogue for antimicrobial surveillance and AMR strategies 5. Build capacity in value chain actors, implementers, researchers
  4. 4. Outcomes - Poultry sector relevant elements of the NAP implemented taking into account new emerging evidence - Value chain actors adopt strategies for rational use of antimicrobials (change in KAP) - Improved diagnostic and research capacity for AMR surveillance and monitoring (system in place to monitor AMR in poultry, improved data coming from labs) - AMR related risks for value chain actors are managed - Long-term collaboration of German and Ugandan partners established (follow-up projects/interactions defined)
  5. 5. Who will benefit Beneficiaries: Value chain actors involved in production: farmers, farm workers, input suppliers, traders MAAIF: support to AMR NAP Wider community (consumers) through safer poultry meat
  6. 6. What we will do Literature review on AMR and AMU in the poultry sector in Uganda Conduct studies to understand AM use Map possible AMR transmission pathways within the poultry production systems to identify risk pathways for human exposure Conduct AMR and residue prevalence surveys and in-depth AMR transmission studies Design interventions (co-design with poultry producers), and closely monitor their implementation over time to understand incentives to motivate change Organise multi-stakeholder workshops to discuss feasibility, challenges, and constraints in implementing NAP in poultry sector, involve representatives from other countries -> Support continued review of national action plan Develop capacity development plan for different stakeholder groups
  7. 7. Focus on poultry meat production - Wakiso - Soroti Different systems: high biosecurity, large commercial, small commercial, and backyard AMR Soroti Wakiso
  8. 8. Current partners ILRI, MAAIF, FU Berlin, BfR, NaLiRRi
  9. 9. This work is financed by BMZ BUILD is implemented by ILRI together with MAAIF, NaLiRRI, Free University of Berlin, BfR and VSF Germany It contributes to: Acknowledgements
  10. 10. The presentation has a Creative Commons licence. You are free to re-use or distribute this work, provided credit is given to ILRI. International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI) c/o Bioversity International Plot 106, Katalima Road, Naguru P.O. Box 24384, Kampala, Uganda Phone: +256 392 081154/5 Email: ILRI-Uganda@cgiar.org THANK YOU! WEBALE NYO!
  11. 11. The presentation has a Creative Commons licence. You are free to re-use or distribute this work, provided credit is given to ILRI. better lives through livestock ilri.org

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