Price, trust and the different priorities of butchers and eatery owners in Tanzania
Gerard Prinsen continues his blog series on distilling patterns from interviews with butchers and eatery owners in Arusha Region.
Drought – and why I had to decline invitations to share the meal
Violet Barasa on health knowledge new and old among the pastoralists of Arusha
Shades of grey in understanding meat safety
Gerard Prinsen considers the varied views, beliefs and understandings of the meat sellers of Arusha
Meeting in the shadow of Mount Meru
Mary Ryan blogs on the learning and sharing that took place at the annual ZELS Grantholders’ Meeting held at the Nelson Mandela African Institution of Science and Technology.
Reflecting, reviewing and planning
New year may be a fading memory but we’re still in reflective mood at Livestock Livelihoods and Health, writes Naomi Marks.
Beyond the business case of One Health
Violet Barasa reports from One Health EcoHealth 2016 and considers some of the challenges to putting One Health theory into practice.
Zoonoses and a curious disconnect
More from ZELS-AS student Violet Barasa as she sits in on focus groups at the start of her PhD fieldwork.
One Health: a time for action
Sarah Cleaveland on the development of her interest in a multi-faceted One Health approach to neglected diseases.