Training Guide for Frontline Workers on Basics of Zoonotic Diseases Risk Communication
This guide is designed to facilitate a two-day training of Human Health and Animal Health Extension workers.
The purpose of the training is to strengthen human and animal health extension workers on foundational Social Behavior Change knowledge and skills needed to strengthen communication and collaborative action to improve prevention, rapid detection, and response to zoonotic disease at the community level.
The intended audience for the training are animal and human health extension workers, their supervisors, and environment, forest, and climate change workers. It contains community mobilization tools and approaches that the trainees can use in their interaction with their community in the effort to prevent, detect, and effectively respond to priority zoonotic disease in Ethiopia.
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