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Food security and family poultry production
Alders, R.G and Kock, R. (2017). What’s food and nutrition security got to dowith wildlife conservation? Australian Zoologist. https://doi.org/10.7882/AZ.2016.040
J.T. Wong, J. de Bruyn, B. Bagnol, H. Grieve, M. Li, R. Pym, R.G. Alders. (2017) Small-scale poultry and food security in resource-poor settings: A review. Global Food Securtiy http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.gfs.2017.04.003
Alders, R.G., Naysmith, S., de Bruyn, J, Wong, J., Bagnol, B. (2017) Effective animal health programming requires consideration of and communication with those at the human-animal interface. Request from Professor Robyn Alders: email@example.com
Alders, R.G. (2016) Peak food and our quest for an ethical and ecologically sustainable human diet. Proceedings of the Australian Poultry Science Symposium, Sydney, Australia, Volume 27, pp.9-13.
Bagnol B, Clarke E, Li M, Maulaga W, Lumbwe H, McConchie R, de Bruyn J, Alders RG. (2016) Transdisciplinary project communication and knowledge sharing experiences in Tanzania and Zambia through a One Health lens. Front Public Health. 2016 Feb 9;4:10. doi: 10.3389/fpubh.2016.00010. eCollection 2016. Review.
Alders, R., de Bruyn, J., Wingett, K. and Wong, J. (2016) Veterinarians, One Health and the nexus between disease and food security. Veterinary Public Health Journal by the International Veterinary Students’ Association 6:22-25. Available:
de Bruyn, J., Wong, J., Bagnol, B., Pengelly, B. and Alders, R. (2015). Family poultry production and food and nutrition security. CAB Reviews 10(13):1-9.
Bagnol B, Alders RG, McConchie R. (2015). Gender Issues in Human, Animal and Plant health using an Ecohealth. Perspective. Environment and Natural Resources Research; Vol. 5, No. 1; 2015ISSN 1927-0488 E-ISSN 1927-0496 Published by Canadian Center of Science and Education62
Fritz, S., Alders, R., Bagnol, B., Msami, H., Mtambo, K. (2015). Tanzania’s food security: seeking sustainable agricultural intensification
and dietary diversity. Food Security and Development, New York: Routledge Curzon imprint of Taylor & Francis.
Cooper T.L, Kirinoa Y, Alonso S, Lindahl J, Grace D (2016). Towards better-informed consent: Research with livestock-keepers and informal traders in East Africa. Preventive Veterinary Medicine, Volume 128, 1 June 2016, Pages 135–141.
Atherstone, C., Smith, E., Ochungo, P., Roesel, K. and Grace, D. (2015), Assessing the potential role of pigs in the epidemiology of Ebola virus in Uganda. Transboundary and Emerging Diseases. doi: 10.1111/tbed.12394.
Alders, R., Aongolo, A., Bagnol, B., De Bruyn, J., Kimboka, S., Koch, R., Li, M., Maulaga, W., McConchie, R., Mor, S., Pengelly, B., Simpson, J., et al. (2014). Using a One Health Approach to Promote Food and Nutrition Security in Tanzania and Zambia. Planet@risk, 2(3), 187-190.
Theime, O., Sonaiya, E., Rota, A., Alders, R., Saleque, M., De’Besi, G. (2014). FAO. Family poultry development – Issues, opportunities and constraints. Animal Production and Health Working Paper. No.12. Rome.
Alders R, Awuni JA, Bagnol B, Farrell P, de Haan N. (2014). Impact of avian influenza on village poultry production globally. Ecohealth; 11(1):63-72.
Theime, O., Sonaiya F., Rota, A., Fallou Gueye, E., Dolberg, F., Alders, R. (2014). In McDonald (ed). Decision tools for family poultry development. FAO Animal Production and Health Guidelines No. 16. FAO Rome (2014). Chapter 1. Defining family poultry production systems and their contribution to livelihoods. Pages 3-8.
Bagnol, B., Sonaiya, F., Theime, O., Alders, R. (2014) In McDonald (ed). Decision tools for family poultry development. FAO Animal Production and Health Guidelines No. 16. FAO Rome 2014. Chapter 2. Assessing the situation. Pages 9-16.
Alders, R., Ankers, P., Watkins, E. (2014) In McDonald (ed). Decision tools for family poultry development. FAO Animal Production and Health Guidelines No. 16. FAO Rome 2014. Chapter 3.3 Health, public health and biosecurity. Pages 29 -33.
Alders, R., Ankers, P., Watkins, E. (2014) In McDonald (ed). Decision tools for family poultry development. FAO Animal Production and Health Guidelines No. 16. FAO Rome 2014. Chapter 3.4 Housing and other infrastructure. Pages 33-37.
Sasidhar, P.V.K., Hadrill, D., Bagnol, B., Alders, R. (2014). In McDonald (ed). Decision tools for family poultry development. FAO Animal Production and Health Guidelines No. 16. FAO Rome 2014. Chapter 3.8. Training and extension. Pages 50-57.
Bagnol, B. (2014) In McDonald (ed). Decision tools for family poultry development. FAO Animal Production and Health Guidelines No. 16. FAO Rome 2014. Chapter 5. Conducting participatory monitoring and evaluation. Pages 81-85.
Alders, R. (2013) Healthy family poultry, healthy communities: sustainable food security and safety in the 21st century. Proceedings 2013 WVPA Congress, Nantes, France.
Alders, R., Bagnol, B., Crawford, G., Golden, C., Ostapak, S., Ralaiarison, R. (2013) Village poultry production systems and constraints in communities bordering the Makira Protected Area in Madagascar. World’s Poultry Sci J. 68(Suppl.1):916
Newcastle disease control
Young, M., Costa, R., Shirima, G., Lobo, Q., Tounkara, K., Farrell, P. and Alders, R.G (2015). Veterinary Cold Chain Manual: ensuring effective vaccines. ACIAR Monograph No. 165a. Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research: Canberra. 90 pp.
Alders, R. (2014). Making Netlewcas disease vaccines available at village level. Veterinary Record. 174: 502-503. doi: 10.1136/vr.g3209
Spradbrow P. (2014). Thermotolerant Newcastle disease vaccines for use in flocks of family chickens. CAB Reviews 2014 9, No. 011. 1-17
Alders, R. and Gardner E. (2014). Livestock Risks and Opportunities: Newcastle Disease and Avian Influenza in Africa. Planet@Risk; 2(4):208-211.
Bagnol, B., Alders, R., Costa, R., Lauchande, C., Monteiro, J., Msami, H., Mgomezulu, R., Zandamela, A., Young, M. (2013). Contributing factors for successful vaccination campaigns against Newcastle disease. Livestock Research for Rural Development, 25(6), 1-8.
Young M., Alders R., Grimes S., Spradbrow P., Dias P., da Silva A. and Lobo Q. (2012) Controlling Newcastle disease in village chickens: a laboratory manual. 2nd edn. ACIAR Monograph No. 87. Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research: Canberra. 143 pp.
Alders, R., Bagnol, B and Young, M. (2010). Technically sound and sustainable Newcastle disease control in village chickens: lessons learnt over fifteen years. World’s Poultry Science Journal, 66, pp 4
Newcastle disease virus
Wambura PN, Meers J, Spradbrow P. (2007). Survival of avirulent thermostable Newcastle disease virus (strain I-2) in raw, baked, oiled, and cooked white rice at ambient temperatures. J Vet Sci. Sep;8(3):303-5.