Rethinking Of Antimicrobial Decision-systems in the Management of Animal Production

 

ROADMAP will foster transitions towards prudent antimicrobial use (AMU) in animal production in a large variety of contexts, by favouring a rethinking of antimicrobial decision-systems all along the food supply chain.
Even if it is possible to learn from successful experiences, there is no “one-size-fits-all” solution to reduce AMU but various strategies working according to local conditions, defined by social, economic, technical and institutional variables.

ROADMAP will develop innovative conceptual approaches within a transdisciplinary and multi-actor perspective to engage with animal health professionals, stakeholders and policy-makers. It will adapt, combine and produce tailored strategies to reduce AMU in diverse production systems in Europe and low- and middle-income countries (pig, poultry, cattle and fish sectors).

 

ROADMAP in figures

  • 4 years of project
  • 17 partners from 9 countries
  • 6M€ budget

 

Partnership

  • INRA - France (coordinator)
  • ACTA - France
  • CIRAD - France
  • ULIV - United Kingdom
  • CARDIFF UNIVERSITY - United Kingdom
  • THE JAMES HUTTON INSTITUTE - United Kingdom
  • UNIBO - Italy
  • AARHUS UNIVERSITET - Denmark
  • EV-ILVO - Belgium
  • FiBL - Switzerland
  • WAGENINGEN RESEARCH - Netherlands
  • SLU - Sweden
  • ZLTO - Netherlands
  • EFFAB - Netherlands
  • FEUGA - Spain
  • DGZ - Belgium
  • INRA TRANSFERT - France

 

ITAVI, Idele and IFIP are participating to ROADMAP project along with Acta-les instituts techniques agricoles.