Reducing liver fluke transmission in northeastern Thailand: E97-92/2014E-PDF
"A new model tested in northeastern Thailand shows that a multi-pronged approach—combining treatment, ecosystem monitoring, and community mobilization—can effectively tackle the transmission of liver flukes. ... The project, “Innovative Strategies for the Sustainable Control of Asian Schistosomiasis and Other Helminth Zoonoses through Socio-Ecosystem Based Interventions,” is one of three multi-country projects supported through the Ecohealth Emerging Infectious Diseases Research Initiative (Eco EID)—a research and capacity building collaboration in Southeast Asia. Eco EID is funded by Canada’s Department of Foreign Affairs,Trade and Development through the Global Health Research Initiative, the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, and the International Development Research Centre"--p. [1-2].
|Department/Agency||International Development Research Centre.|
|Title||Reducing liver fluke transmission in northeastern Thailand|
|Series Title||Research results / Ecohealth Emerging Infectious Diseases Research Inititative (Eco EID)|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
|Electronic Document|| |
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|Note||Caption title. Issued also in French under title: Baisse de la transmission de la douve du foie dans le nord-est de la Thaïlande.|
|Number of Pages|| p. :|
|Subject Terms||International programs, International cooperation, Infectious diseases|
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