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Search within Rift valley fever

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EU/ECHO/Martin Karimi | CC BY-NC-ND 2.0
Case studies
EU/ECHO/Martin Karimi | CC BY-ND 2.0
Case studies
UNICEF/UN057353/Holt
Background Reports

We Do Not Bury Dead Livestock Like Human Beings: Community Behaviors and Risk of Rift Valley Fever Virus Infection in Baringo County, Kenya

Rift Valley Fever (RVF), is a viral zoonotic disease transmitted by Aedes and Culex mosquitoes. in Kenya, its occurrence is associated with increased rains. in Baringo County, RVF was first reported in 2006-2007 resulting in 85 human cases and 5…
PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases
2028
UNICEF/UN010148/Ayene
Background Reports

Perceived Risk Factors and Risk Pathways of Rift Valley Fever in Cattle in Ijara District, Kenya

Ijara district in Kenya was one of the hotspots of Rift Valley fever (RVF) during the 2006/2007 outbreak, which led to human and animal deaths causing major economic losses. The main constraint for the control and prevention of RVF is…
Journal of Veterinary Research
2014
UNICEF/UN010147/Ayene
Background Reports

Recent Outbreaks of Rift Valley Fever in East Africa and the Middle East

Rift Valley fever (RVF) is an important neglected, emerging, mosquito-borne disease with severe negative impact on human and animal health. Mosquitoes in the Aedes genus have been considered as the reservoir, as well as vectors, since their transovarially infected eggs…
Frontiers in Public Health
2014
UNICEF/UN010146/Ayene
Background Reports

Sociocultural and Economic Dimensions of Rift Valley Fever

Health researchers have advocated for a cross-disciplinary approach to the study and prevention of infectious zoonotic diseases, such as Rift Valley Fever. It is believed that this approach can help bring out the social determinants and effects of the zoonotic…
The American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene
2015
UNICEF/UN028257/Page
Briefings
Evidence Reviews

Zoonoses From Panic to Planning

This Rapid Response briefing from the Dynamic Drivers of Disease in Africa Consortium sets out recommendations for a new, integrated ‘One Health’ approach to zoonoses that moves away from top-down disease-focused intervention to putting people first.Over two thirds of all…
IDS
2013
UNICEF/UN08768/Leadismo
Evidence Reviews

Research Update and Situation Analysis – Kenya

The Dynamic Drivers of Disease in Africa Consortium is an ESPA1-funded research programme designed to deliver much-needed, cutting-edge science on the relationships between ecosystems, zoonoses, health and wellbeing with the objective of moving people out of poverty and promoting social…
ESPA
2013
UNICEF/UN028257/Page
Tools

A Toolkit for Integrated Vector Management in sub-Saharan Africa

This toolkit for integrated vector management (IVM) is designed to help national and regional programme managers coordinate across sectors to design and run large IVM programmes. It is an extension of earlier guidance and teaching material published by the World…
WHO
2016
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