“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.”
Epidemiology of Taenia saginata taeniosis/cysticercosis: A systematic review of the distribution in East, Southeast and South Asia
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...
One Health regional network for the Horn of Africa
The project will strengthen the ability of organizations to undertake research through a five-step process: Undertake research capability assessments of partner institutions in the Horn of Africa to assess the current and target research capabilities, propose plans to reach the target, implement...
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...