These LVIF-funded projects will focus on driving innovation in livestock vaccine development. Project teams will receive funding totaling CA$7 million over the next two years, with research results expected to accelerate the development of new vaccines.
The Fund focuses on diseases that pose the greatest risk to poor livestock keepers, particularly women, in sub-Saharan Africa and South and Southeast Asia. By bringing vaccine researchers, manufacturers, and distributors together, the Fund accelerates the discovery of new vaccines and the improvement of existing solutions.
Read more about the Livestock Vaccine Innovation Fund’s projects:
- African swine fever
- Avian influenza
- East Coast fever
- Hemorrhagic septicemia
- Contagious caprine pleuropneumonia