Integration of participatory approaches into surveillance systems.

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Animal health surveillance is essential for protecting public health, enhancing access to international markets for animals and their products, and improving animal health, production and welfare. It is of vital importance for protecting and improving the livelihoods of diverse groups of livestock keepers and stakeholders in livestock value chains… (More)

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@article{Mariner2011IntegrationOP, title={Integration of participatory approaches into surveillance systems.}, author={Jeffrey C. Mariner and Sarah Hendrickx and D. U. Pfeiffer and Solenne Costard and Lisa Knopf and Sam Okuthe and Dickens Chibeu and Joanna L. Parmley and Monica M Musenero and C Pisang and James A Zingeser and B A Jones and Shaukat Ali and Bernard Bett and M L Mclaws and Frank M. Unger and Adjei Araba and P. Mehta and Christelle Jost}, journal={Revue scientifique et technique}, year={2011}, volume={30 3}, pages={653-9} }