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Health officials are concerned that monkeys in Ghana could infect humans with deadly diseases or viruses that may not even exist yet. These fears take on new meaning in COVID-19 era.
CCP put in place a rumor tracking system in Côte d’Ivoire to aid in future public health crises. When COVID-19 hit, the country was ready to respond.
Counting dogs in the nation’s Upper West region is the first step toward conducting a rabies vaccination campaign there in September, with the goal of eliminating rabies in Ghana by 2030.
CCP is working in Asia and Africa to strengthen national capacity for risk communication and community engagement around emerging infectious diseases such as the coronavirus that is capturing headlines around the world.
In Cote d’Ivoire, CCP’s research is designed to develop messaging that would help prevent the spread of the next outbreak of a zoonotic disease in West Africa – that is, a disease that can be spread from animals to humans.
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