Use of antimicrobials in livestock and fish production has been increasing drastically in the last decades, with trends pointing towards further increases over the coming years.

Food safety hazards are increasingly being recognized as a major public health problem worldwide, yet among developing countries, there is limited understanding of the wider-ranging socio-economic costs of unsafe food and the benefits of remedial or preventative measures.

Ethiopia, Nigeria, and Tanzania in Africa, as well as India have the highest zoonotic disease burdens, with widespread illness and death finds this new global study mapping human-animal diseases like tuberculosis (TB) and Rift Valley fever.