IGAD Sheikh Technical Veterinary
School and Reference Centre (ISTVS)
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Publications

List of recent ISTVS publications

  1. Prevalence of Brucellosis in Humans in Somaliland and its Implications for the Control of Livestock Poster . World One Health Congress, Edinburgh (Virtual Conference).
  2. Mtimet N., Mugunieri G.L., Wanyoike F., Kiptoo E., Gulaid I. 2019.A review of the bones and tallow value chains in Somaliland. ILRI Research Brief 89.
  3. Salah, I.D. Robertson & A. S.H. Mohamed. 2019. Prevalence and distribution of Trypanosoma evansi in camels in Somaliland. Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11250-019-01947-6
  1. Catherine Pfeifer, Todd A. Crane, Lawrence Mugunieri, Abdiqani Ahmed Farah, Abdirahman Bare.2019. The dynamics of natural resources in Somaliland–Implications for livestock production. ILRI Research Brief.
  2. Dubad,Abdirahman Mohamed, Awo Ibraim Isman, Mohamed Aden Ahmedand Saed Jama Ibrahim (2018). The dynamics of natural resources in Somaliland–Implications for livestock production.
  1. Wesonga, F.D., Ibrahim, O. S., Abdirahim, M. A., Mohamed, N. J. and Nashad, F. A. The Prevalence of Brucellosis in Humans in Somaliland and its Implications for the Control of Livestock Disease. Poster . World One Health Congress, Edinburgh (Virtual Conference).
  2. Mtimet N., Mugunieri G.L., Wanyoike F., Kiptoo E., Gulaid I. 2019.A review of the bones and tallow value chains in Somaliland. ILRI Research Brief 89.
  3. Salah, I.D. Robertson & A. S.H. Mohamed. 2019. Prevalence and distribution of Trypanosoma evansi in camels in Somaliland. Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/s11250-019-01947-6
  4. Catherine Pfeifer, Todd A. Crane, Lawrence Mugunieri, Abdiqani Ahmed Farah, Abdirahman Bare.2019. The dynamics of natural resources in Somaliland–Implications for livestock production. ILRI Research Brief.
  5. Dubad,Abdirahman Mohamed, Awo Ibraim Isman, Mohamed Aden Ahmedand Saed Jama Ibrahim (2018). The dynamics of natural resources in Somaliland–Implications for livestock production.
  6. Kenneth O. Tembe, George N. Chemining’wa, Jane Ambuko, Willis Owino .2018.. Evaluation of African tomato landraces ( Solanum lycopersicum ) based on morphological and horticultural traits. Agriculture and Natural Resources, 52(6), 536 – 542.  https://doi.org/10.1016/j.anres.2018.11.014
  7. Marshall, N. Mtimet, F. Wanyoike1, N. Ndiwa1, H. Ghebremariam L. Mugunieri & R. Costagli (2018).Traditional livestock breeding practices of women and men Somali pastoralists: Animal Production Science. https://doi.org/10.1071/AN17481.
  8. Gelle S.J, Mbugua PN and Maina JG. 2018. Evaluation of Management Practices in Layer Chickens and their Influence on Welfare Status in Kabete Sub-County, Kenya. Open Access Journal of Agricultural Research. DOI: 23880/oajar-16000214.
  9. Wesonga, F.D., Gachohi, J.M., Kitala, P.M J. M. Gathuma, J.M and Njenga, J.M. Seroprevalence of Anaplasma marginale and Babesia bigemina infections and associated risk factors in Machakos County, Kenya. 2017. Tropical Animal Health and Production, 49 (2), 265-272. DOI 101007/s11250-016-1187-2
  10. Wesonga, F.D. and Haileselassie Ghebremariam. 2017. Right to Food and Nutrition Watch The world food crisis: The way out 2017/10th Anniversary issue pages 46-48.
  11. Wanyoike F., Mugunieri G.L., Mtimet N., Kiptoo E., Gulaid I. 2016.Towards unlocking the potential of the hides and skins value chain in Somaliland. ILRI Policy Brief 27.
  12. Marshall1, N. Mtimet1, F. Wanyoike1, N. Ndiwa1, H. Ghebremariam2, L. Mugunieri3 & R. Costagli3..Traditional livestock breeding practices of men and women
  13. Somali pastoralists: trait preferences and selection of breeding. J. Anim. Breed. Genet. (2016) 1–14
  14. Wood, L., Mohamed, A.Sh., Abdulle, A. Kh., Herzi, A.H., Amir, N.H.A., Biaou, F. C. 2016. Demand Driven Veterinary Education – an Example from the Somali Pastoral Production System. Proceedings of the 11th International Symposium on Veterinary Epidemiology and Economics, 2006 Available at sciquest.org.nz.
  15. Abdirahman Salah, Ian Robertson, Abdullahi Sheikh Mohamed, Modelling the potential benefits of different strategies to control infection with Trypanosoma evansi in camels in Somaliland, 2016 Tropical Animal Health and Production 48(1) DOI:1007/s11250-015-0942-0
  16. Wanyoike, F., Mtimet, N., Mugunieri, L.G., Ndiwa, N., Warsame, A. and Marshall, K. 2015. Knowledge and exploitation of small ruminant grading and pricing systems among Somaliland livestock producers. ILRI Research Report 36.Nairobi, Kenya: International Livestock Research Institute (ILRI). (https://cgspace.cgiar.org/bitstream/handle/10568/67042/Research_Report_36.pdf?sequence=3)
  17. Lawrence M. Godiah, Derek Baker, Ibrahim I. Elmi, Riccardo Costagli, Ibrahim Gulaid and Francis Wanyoike. 2015. Enhancing the provision of livestock marketing information in Somaliland. ILRI Research Brief. International Livestock Research Institute. (https://cgspace.cgiar.org/bitstream/handle/10568/59775/ResearchBrief_44.pdf?sequence=5)
  18. Dubad AB, Baluka SA, Kaneene JB. Sero-prevalence of brucellosis in small ruminants in Kiruhura District of Uganda. Adv Trop Med Pub Health Int. 2015; 5(3): 62 – 76.
  19. Wanyoike, N. Mtimet, N. Ndiwa, K. Marshall, L. Godiah & A. Warsame. 2015: Knowledge of livestock grading and market participation among small ruminant producers in northern Somalia, East African Agricultural and Forestry Journal (http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/00128325.2015.1041261)
  20. Nadhem Mtimet, Francis Wanyoike, Lawrence Mugunieri Godiah, Nicholas Ndiwa, Fred Wesonga and Karen Marshall. 2015. Effect of quality attributes on prices of small ruminants in Somaliland: A farmers’ perspective using ‘best-worst approach. ILRI RESEARCH BRIEF No. 50 May 2015. (https://cgspace.cgiar.org/bitstream/handle/10568/66363/ResearchBrief50.pdf?sequence=1)
  21. Abdirahman Abdikadir Salah, Ian Robertson, Abdullahi Mohamed (2015), Estimating the economic impact of Trypanosoma evansi infection on production of camel herds in Somaliland, Tropical Animal Health and Production , Volume 47, Issue 4, pp 707-714
  22. Francis Wanyoike, Nadhem Mtimet, Lawrence Godiah, Nicholas Ndiwa, Ahmed Warsame and Karen Marshall. 2015. Knowledge of animal grading and market participation among sheep and goats producers in Somaliland. ILRI RESEARCH BRIEF 47. May 2015. (https://cgspace.cgiar.org/bitstream/handle/10568/66011/ResearchBrief47.pdf?sequence=4)
  23. Godiah, L. Mugunieri., Baker, D., Elmi, I.I., Costagli, R., Gulaid, I. and Wanyoike, F. 2014. Enhancing the provision of livestock marketing information in Somaliland. ILRI Research Report 35. Nairobi, Kenya: International Livestock Research Institute. https://cgspace.cgiar.org/handle/10568/56737.
  1. Marshall N. Mtimet1, F. Wanyoike, N. Ndiwa. 2014. The Complex and Gender Differentiated Objectives of Livestock Keeping for Somali Pastoralists. Proceedings, 10th World Congress of Genetics Applied to Livestock Production. http://www.researchgate.net/publication/268109972_The_Complex_and_Gender_Differentiated_Objectives_of_Livestock_Keeping_for_Somali_Pastoralists .
  2. Abdullahi Sheikh Mohamed Nur, A study on camel (Camelus dromedarius) trypanosomiasis transmitting vectors in Somaliland, 2011 https://www.soas.ac.uk/search/?q=Proceedings+of+Camel+conference+2011&submit=submit#search_wrapper
  1. Abdullahi Sheikh Mohamed. Camel Trypanosomiasis in Sahil Region of Somaliland. International Scientific Council for Trypanosomiasi Research and Control 124, 471-480

 

 

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