Safe food, fair food for Cambodia project: Summary of achievements and intervention plans to improve pork and poultry safety in traditional markets
The Safe Food, Fair Food for Cambodia is a three-year project (2017-2020) that aims to improve the safety of animal-source food in Cambodia. In Cambodia, there is much concern but little reliable evidence on the health burden of foodborne disease. To tackle this problem, the project is generating evidence on the health and economic burden of foodborne disease in animal-source food value chains and piloting a market-based approach towards improving food safety. This research brief presents a summary of the project’s achievements to date.