Employing anthropological and ecohealth approaches in research and management of human and animal diseases among pastoral and agro pastoral communities in Tanzania so as to provide scientific evidence for disease burden and drivers that can be attributed to environmental, economic and socio-ecological factors, enabling an innovative One Health approaches as a catalyst to develop and test a multi-sectoral community-based interventions to detect and control high-burden infectious diseases with high impact on food security
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