Report on Landscape Analysis on Zoonotic Diseases on Anthrax, Avian Flu and Brucellosis in Ethiopia
This landscape analysis is conducted to identify programmatic and geographic focus areas and linkages that inform the design and implementation of risk communication activities in Ethiopia. The analysis used stakeholders and geographic mapping, and literature review focusing on three zoonotic diseases: Anthrax, Avian Influenza, and Brucellosis.
Information was collected from 19 stakeholders (mix of public and private sectors), key informant interviews, review of more than 63 published and unpublished literature which were used to prioritize intervention woredas. The report includes information on the magnitude of the diseases, knowledge, attitude, and practice of communities, existing collaboration, and coordination, as well as recommendations for project interventions. The report is available in English.
Source: Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs
Date of Publication: October 19, 2020
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