Zoonotic Emerging Infectious Disease in Selected Countries in Southeast Asia: Insights from Ecohealth

  title={Zoonotic Emerging Infectious Disease in Selected Countries in Southeast Asia: Insights from Ecohealth},
  author={Delia Grace and Jeffrey S. Gilbert and Ma Lucila Lapar and Fred Unger and Sonia J S F{\`e}vre and Hung Nguyen-Viet and Esther Schelling},
Most emerging diseases of humans originate in animals, and zoonotic emerging infectious diseases (EIDs) threaten human, animal, and environment health. We report on a scoping study to assess actors, linkages, priorities, and needs related to management of these diseases from the perspective of key stakeholders in three countries in Southeast Asia. A comprehensive interview guide was developed and in-depth interviews completed with 21 key stakeholders in Vietnam, Lao People’s Democratic Republic… CONTINUE READING
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