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GALVmed’s Monitoring & Evaluation function collects and analyses data from the smallholder field. This data is typically collected through questionnaires of smallholders, vets, paravets, vaccinators and rural retailers (agrovets). This provides an evidence based approach that is used to develop GALVmed strategy and planning. Additionally, data from specific market development initiatives assesses the impact of smallholders adopting key animal health products: both in terms of changes in livestock productivity and resultant livelihood changes.

Monitoring & Evaluation Outputs

For corresponding study data files please email us at: m.e@galvmed.org

Newcastle Disease Vaccine Adoption Cluster Studies: India, Nepal & Uganda

Household Dynamics within Livestock-Owning Smallholder Households: India, Ethiopia, Tanzania

Assessing the Economic Sustainability of early GALVmed Market Development Pilot Projects: 5 Years On

Vaccinator Performance: India and Nepal

Newcastle Disease Vaccine and Poultry Productivity Changes: Mayurbhanj, India

Assessing the impact of a novel strategy for delivering animal health interventions to smallholder farmers

Newcastle Disease Vaccine and Poultry Productivity Changes: Gairo, Tanzania

Assessing the impact of a novel strategy for delivering animal health interventions to smallholder farmers

Comparing smallholder poultry husbandry practices between adopters and non-adopters of Newcastle Disease vaccine in Tanzania

Comparing smallholder poultry husbandry practices between adopters and non-adopters of Newcastle Disease vaccine in India

Impact study of dewormers in goats and chickens in India and Tanzania

Estimating the impact of administration of dewormers on smallholder chickens in Odisha State, India

The impact of anthelmintic drugs on weight gain of smallholder goats in subtropical regions