Prof Eric Fèvre said: “People should take usual precautions of hand washing when handling their pets, and avoid overly intimate contact, especially if sick with Covid."
MILK Symposium review: Foodborne diseases from milk and milk products in developing countries—Review of causes and health and economic implications
Selected endemic zoonoses in pigs presenting for slaughter in Kampala, Uganda
Livestock Production Systems in Zimbabwe (LIPS-Zim)
Livestock provides income and employment to farmers, agricultural service providers and others involved in the value chain. Zimbabwe’s livestock production system is characterized by small-scale subsistence farming. Despite the importance of livestock to rural livelihoods, productivity remains low...
Identifying anthrax hotspots and associated ecological factors in Kenya
In Kenya and sub-Saharan Africa, outbreaks of anthrax occur in certain ecological regions, primarily triggered by weather extremes. Outbreaks of this neglected disease result in significant morbidity and mortality in humans, livestock and wildlife. The overall goal of this project is to identify...
Co-infection with Rift Valley fever virus, Brucella spp. and Coxiella burnetii in humans and animals in Kenya: Disease burden and ecological factors
Rift Valley fever, brucellosis and Q fever cause serious illnesses in humans and are associated with extensive socio-economic losses in livestock. These diseases are prevalent in pastoral areas of Kenya and are among the country’s top 10 priority zoonoses. In people, the diseases cause intermittent...