Antimicrobial use in smallholder livestock systems in Ethiopia

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Created Wednesday 17th of March, 2021
Last updated Wednesday 21st of June, 2023
Dataset type Non-spatial
Abstract The aim of this project was to understand knowledge, attitudes and practices of smallholder farmers regarding antimicrobial use, antimicrobial resistance and the presence of residues of antimicrobials. It also documents drivers of behaviour for AMU, identifies sources of counterfeit or poor-quality medicines.
Principal investigator Barbara Wieland
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Other researchers involved Biruk Alemu, Kebede Amenu, Hiwot Desta, Gezahegn Alemayehu
Contact person Biruk Alemu
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Custodian Biruk Alemu
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License Creative Commons Attribution
Release of confidential data? No
Consent obtained? No

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Project title AMUSE: tool to measure antimicrobial use
Project abstract AMUSE is a tool developed to understand knowledge, attitude and practice regarding antimicrobial use and antimicrobial resistance. The tool can be used for different production systems and species in different countries to be able to collate and compare data of different sources.
Grant code CRP001221, CRP001240
Donor IFAD, A4NH
Partners International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI), Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences (SLU)
Start date 01/06/2018
End date 30/06/2019
Principal investigator Barbara Wieland
Other staff involved Biruk Alemu, Michel Dione, Ulf Magnusson