Market-based approaches to improving the safety of pork in Vietnam (SafePork project) and Reducing disease risks and improving food safety in smallholder pig value chains in Vietnam (PigRisk project)

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Welcome to the Wikispace for the Australian Center for International Agricultural Research-funded PigRisk project and SafePork project.

The project focuses on the following research areas:
  • Human and economic costs of pork-borne diseases in smallholder pig value chains in Vietnam, and opportunities for risk management
  • The utility of risk-based approaches to food safety and pork-borne diseases as opposed to the current hazard-based approach
  • The role of incentive-based innovations in mitigating human and animal health risks in smallholder pig value chains

This space will be used as a tool to aid communication within the project. Here you will find relevant internal documents, meeting/workshop notes, relevant links and other miscellaneous project outputs.

If you have any questions about the Wiki, or would like to contribute, please contact Fred Unger (F.Unger@cgiar.org).

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Photo credit: first row (left): ILRI/Hanh Le; first row (right): ILRI/Nguyen Ngoc Huyen
second row (left): ILRI/Kat Orbizo; second row (right): ILR