Ecosystem approaches to the better management of zoonotic emerging infectious diseases in the Southeast Asia region

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  • A Participatory EcoHealth Study of Smallholder ...

    (1) What is the seroprevalence, social and ecological interaction of these pig related infections and diseases in upland lowland context (2) What are the important pig related production and zoonotic diseases in Lao PDR? (3) What is the possible ecological association of these diseases in different pig production systems? (4) How can priorities of trans-disciplinary researchers, decision makers and communities be combined? (5) What are appropriate recommendations for intervention based on the research results?

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Created Wednesday 24th of February, 2016
Last updated Tuesday 17th of April, 2018
Dataset type Non-spatial
Abstract The Ecosystem Approaches to the Better Management of Zoonotic Emerging Infectious Diseases in Southeast Asia (EcoZD) project worked directly with more than 100 key zoonotic emerging infectious diseases management actors across eight multi-disciplinary teams in six countries to attain project outcomes and deliver substantial outputs. Ecohealth experts were mobilized from within and outside the Southeast Asia region.
How this dataset could be used by others Masters theses, baseline for follow-up survey
Principal investigator Delia Grace
Principal investigator email D.Grace@cgiar.org
Partners multiple in each country, include: Chiang Mai University, Nong Lam University, Gadjah Mada University, Pasteur Institute Saigon,National Institute of Public Health, CIVAS, CelAgrid, Departments of Communicable Diseases, Ministries of Health & Departments of Animal Health, Ministries of Agriculture
Other researchers involved Fred Unger
Contact person Fred Unger
Contact email F.Unger@cgiar.org
Custodian Fred Unger
Custodian email F.Unger@cgiar.org
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Data collected from 01/02/2008
Data collected to 30/11/2013
Availability date 01/02/2016
License Creative Commons Attribution
Release of confidential data? No
Consent obtained? Yes
Intellectual Property Ownership ACIAR, DLF, ILRI, MoH
Citation Delia Grace, Fred Unger (2016). Ecosystem approaches to the better management of zoonotic emerging infectious diseases in the Southeast Asia region. ACIAR, DLF, ILRI, MoH. Available at http://data.ilir.org/portal/dataset/ecozd, retrieved on (add date here)

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Project title Ecosystem approaches to the better management of zoonotic emerging infectious diseases in the Southeast Asia region
Project abstract The Ecosystem Approaches to the Better Management of Zoonotic Emerging Infectious Diseases in Southeast Asia (EcoZD) project worked directly with more than 100 key zoonotic emerging infectious diseases management actors across eight multi-disciplinary teams in six countries to attain project outcomes and deliver substantial outputs. Ecohealth experts were mobilized from within and outside the Southeast Asia region.
Project website http://www.ilri.org/EcoZd
Grant code IDR016
Donor IDRC
Partners multiple in each country, include: Chiang Mai University, Nong Lam University, Gadjah Mada University, Pasteur Institute Saigon,National Institute of Public Health, CIVAS, CelAgrid, Departments of Communicable Diseases, Ministries of Health & Departments of Animal Health, Ministries of Agriculture
Start date 01/02/2008
End date 30/11/2013
Principal investigator Delia Grace
Other staff involved Fred Unger
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