“There are countless pathogens out there continuing to evolve which at some point could pose a threat to humans,” says Eric Fevre. “The risk [of pathogens jumping from animals to humans] has always been there.”
Force-of-infection of Taenia solium porcine cysticercosis: a modelling analysis to assess global incidence and prevalence trends
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...
One Health Units for Humans, Environment, Animals and Livelihoods (HEAL)
The project brings together professionals in human and animal health and the environment to achieve better access to human and veterinary health services and sustainable natural resources management. To implement One Health, the project works with communities, public and private service providers...
Transforming the vaccine delivery system in Ghana: identifying approaches that benefit women
Testing innovative approaches to vaccine delivery This project will test two innovative approaches for vaccine delivery — one gender accommodative and one gender transformative — by adapting CARE’s Gender Transformative Farmer Field and Business School approach to facilitating women’s sustained...