SNAPP: A Bottom-Up Health Approach in Support of PPR Control in Mongolia- A Scable Model for Conserving Wildlife by Addressing Disease at the Livestock/Wildlife Interface, and Safeguarding Rural Livelihoods in Central Asia's High Elevation Grassland and Mountain Landscapes

Principal Investigators:

Amanda Fine, Felix Njeumi, and Enkhtuvshin Shiilegdamba

Infectious diseases at the livestock/wildlife interface threaten the health and well-being of wildlife, livestock, and humanpopulations, and contribute to significant economic losses in each sector. Peste des petits ruminants (PPR) is a highly contagious viral disease of wild and domestic ungulates that is spreading rapidly across the globe with devastating socio-economic losses and serious damage to the livelihoods, food security, and nutrition for millions of small-scale farmers and pastoralists. Following initial detection of outbreaks on Mongolia’s... more

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Working Group5th—9th March 2018Participant List  

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"SNAPP: A Bottom-Up Health Approach in Support of PPR Control in Mongolia- A Scable Model for Conserving Wildlife by Addressing Disease at the Livestock/Wildlife Interface, and Safeguarding Rural Livelihoods in Central Asia's High Elevation Grassland and Mountain Landscapes" is project ID: 12777