Excluding Livestock Livelihoods in Refugee Responses: A Risk to Public Health
Journal of Refugee Studies
Oxford University Press (OUP)
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Braam, D. (2022). Excluding Livestock Livelihoods in Refugee Responses: A Risk to Public Health. Journal of Refugee Studies https://doi.org/10.1093/jrs/feac006
The Syrian civil war caused a near total collapse of its health and veterinary infrastructure, affecting vaccinations, quarantine and border control. While outbreaks of zoonoses – diseases transmissible between animals and humans - in neighbouring countries are attributed to irregular cross-border movements, little remains known about the impact of conflict and displacement on livestock, and zoonotic disease risks in refugee and host populations.
Gates-Cambridge Trust (Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation [OPP1144]).
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