People, Pathogens, and Our Planet : Volume One - Towards a One Health Approach for Controlling Zoonotic Diseases

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Other Agriculture Study
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World Bank
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2012-03-19T10:22:32Z
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2012-03-19T10:22:32Z
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2010-01-01
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Whether living in urban or rural environments, humans tend to perceive the world around them as being shaped by culture and industry more than by natural history. Humans, however, are part of a biological continuum that covers all living species. Charles Darwin's 200th birthday in 2009 could serve to remind us of this. All animals, including humans but also plants, fungi, and bacteria, share the same basic biochemical principles of metabolism, reproduction, and development. Most pathogens can infect more than one host species, including humans. In 1964, veterinary epidemiologist Calvin Schwabe coined the term "one medicine" to capture the interrelatedness between animal and human health, and the medical realities of preventing and controlling zoonotic diseases or "zoonoses" -diseases that are communicable between animals and humans. One medicine signaled the recognition of the risks that zoonotic diseases pose to people, their food supplies, and their economies. Given the interrelatedness of human, animal, and ecosystem health, the rationale for some form of coordinated policy and action among agencies responsible for public health, medical science, and veterinary services is quite intuitive. Later, the term "one health" came into use, and later still, the broader concept of "one world one health," which is today used to represent the inextricable links among human and animal health and the health of the ecosystems they inhabit.
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http://hdl.handle.net/10986/2844
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English
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World Bank
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CC BY 3.0 IGO
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World Bank
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http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/igo/
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ACTIVE SURVEILLANCE
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ACUTE RESPIRATORY SYNDROME
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AGING
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AGING POPULATIONS
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AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTION
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AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION
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ANIMAL DISEASE
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ANIMAL DISEASE OUTBREAKS
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ANIMAL DISEASES
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ANIMAL HEALTH
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ANIMAL HEALTH AGENCIES
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ANIMAL HEALTH AUTHORITIES
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ANIMAL HEALTH CODE
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ANIMAL HEALTH CODES
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ANIMAL HEALTH INFORMATION
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ANIMAL HEALTH OFFICIALS
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ANIMAL HEALTH SERVICE
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ANIMAL HEALTH SPECIALISTS
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ANIMAL HEALTH STATUS
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ANIMAL ORIGIN
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ANIMAL OWNER
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ANIMAL POPULATION
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ANIMAL PRODUCT
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ANIMAL PRODUCTS
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ANIMAL RESOURCES
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ANIMALS TO HUMANS
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ANTIBIOTICS
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ANTIVIRAL
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ANTIVIRAL DRUGS
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AVIAN FLU
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AVIAN INFLUENZA
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AVIAN INFLUENZA CONTROL
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BIOSECURITY
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BIRDS
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BURNS
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CAGE
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CHICKEN
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CHICKENS
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CLOSE PROXIMITY
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COLD STORAGE FACILITIES
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COMMERCIAL FARMS
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COMMERCIAL PRODUCERS
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COMMUNICABLE DISEASES
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COMPENSATION FOR FARMERS
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CONCENTRATION OF LIVESTOCK PRODUCTION
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CONTAGIOUS DISEASES
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CONTINGENCY PLANS
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CONTROL MEASURES
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CONTROL STRATEGIES
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CONTROL STRATEGY
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CULLED
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DEATHS
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DIAGNOSES
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DIAGNOSIS
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DIAGNOSTIC CAPACITY
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DIAGNOSTIC TESTS
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DIRECT CONTACT
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DISEASE BURDEN
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DISEASE CONTROL
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DISEASE CONTROL STRATEGIES
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DISEASE IN BIRDS
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DISEASE INFORMATION
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DISEASE INFORMATION SYSTEMS
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DISEASE OUTBREAK
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DISEASE OUTBREAKS
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DISEASE REPORTING
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DISEASE RISK
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DISEASE RISKS
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DISEASE SURVEILLANCE
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DOMESTIC POULTRY
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DRUG RESISTANCE
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DUCKS
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EARLY DETECTION
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EMERGENCY OPERATIONS
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EMERGING DISEASE
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EMERGING DISEASES
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EMERGING INFECTIOUS DISEASE
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EMERGING INFECTIOUS DISEASES
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ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH
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EPIDEMIC
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EPIDEMIOLOGY
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EPIDEMIOLOGY TRAINING PROGRAM
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EXERCISES
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EXPORT BAN
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FARMING SYSTEMS
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FEED
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FLIGHTS
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FLOCKS
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FLU
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FLU PANDEMIC
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FOOD CHAIN
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FOOD PRODUCTION
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FOOD SAFETY
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FROZEN MEAT
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GLOBAL OUTBREAK
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GLOBAL PANDEMIC
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GLOBAL PUBLIC HEALTH
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H5N1
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H5N1 VIRUS
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HANDLING
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HEALTH BELIEFS
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HEALTH CARE
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HEALTH EMERGENCY
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HEALTH REGULATIONS
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HEALTH SERVICES
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HEMORRHAGIC FEVER
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HENS
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HOLISTIC APPROACH
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HOSPITALIZATION
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HOSPITALS
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HOST
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HOT SPOTS
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HPAI
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HUMAN CASES
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HUMAN DEATHS
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HUMAN PANDEMIC
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HYGIENE
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INFECTIOUS DISEASE SURVEILLANCE
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INFECTIOUS DISEASES
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INFECTIOUS ZOONOTIC DISEASES
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INFLUENZA
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INFLUENZA A
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INFLUENZA READINESS
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INFLUENZA VIRUSES
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INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS
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INTERVENTION
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ISOLATION
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LABORATORIES
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LABORATORY
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LABORATORY RESULTS
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LAWS
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LIVE ANIMALS
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LIVESTOCK
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LIVESTOCK DENSITY
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LIVESTOCK DEVELOPMENT
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LIVESTOCK FEED
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LIVESTOCK PRODUCERS
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LIVESTOCK SECTOR
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LYME DISEASE
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MEAT
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MEAT PRODUCTION
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MIGRANTS
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MIGRATORY SPECIES
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MORBIDITY
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MORTALITY
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MOVEMENT OF PEOPLE
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MOVEMENT RESTRICTIONS
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MUTATION
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NUTRITION
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ORGANIC MATERIAL
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OUTBREAK
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OUTBREAK ALERT
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OUTBREAK CONTAINMENT
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PANDEMIC INFLUENZA
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PANDEMIC PLANNING
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PANDEMIC PREPAREDNESS
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PANDEMIC RISK
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PANDEMICS
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PASSIVE SURVEILLANCE
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PATHOGEN
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PATHOGENIC AVIAN INFLUENZA
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PATHOGENS
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PATHOLOGIST
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PATIENT
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PATIENTS
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PHYSICIANS
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POLIO
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POPULATION DENSITY
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POULTRY
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POULTRY CULLING
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POULTRY PRODUCTION
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PREPAREDNESS PLANNING
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PRODUCTION SYSTEMS
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PROGRESSIVE CONTROL
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PUBLIC HEALTH
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RABIES
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RE-EMERGING DISEASES
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REPORTABLE DISEASES
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RISK ANALYSIS
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RISK ASSESSMENT
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RISK FACTORS
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RISK OF CROSS-CONTAMINATION
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RISK OF EXPOSURE
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RNA VIRUSES
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SANITATION
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SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH
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SLAUGHTERED
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SMALLHOLDER FARMING
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SPANISH FLU
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SPREAD OF DISEASES
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SUDDEN DEATH
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SUICIDE
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SURVEILLANCE CAPACITY
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SURVEILLANCE PROGRAMS
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SURVEILLANCE SYSTEM
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SWINE
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SYMPTOMS
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TERRESTRIAL ANIMAL
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THREAT OF AVIAN FLU
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TOURISM
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TRANSMISSION
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TRAVELERS
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VACCINATION
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VACCINATION COVERAGE
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VACCINES
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VECTOR
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VECTORS
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VETERINARIANS
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VETERINARY AUTHORITIES
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VETERINARY EPIDEMIOLOGIST
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VETERINARY OFFICER
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VETERINARY POLICIES
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VETERINARY PUBLIC HEALTH
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VETERINARY SERVICES
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VIRAL INFECTIONS
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VIRUS
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WARNING SYSTEM
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WATER POLLUTION
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WET MARKETS
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WILD BIRD
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WILD BIRD SPECIES
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WILD BIRDS
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WILD SPECIES
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WILDFOWL
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WORKERS
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WORKING CONDITIONS
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ZOONOTIC DISEASE
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ZOONOTIC DISEASES
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People, Pathogens, and Our Planet : Volume One - Towards a One Health Approach for Controlling Zoonotic Diseases
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Economic & Sector Work :: Other Agricultural Study
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http://www-wds.worldbank.org/external/default/main?menuPK=64187510&pagePK=64193027&piPK=64187937&theSitePK=523679&menuPK=64187510&searchMenuPK=64187283&siteName=WDS&entityID=000334955_20100429032800
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Health, Nutrition, and Population
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000334955_20100429032800
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50833
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Sub-national government administration
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General agriculture
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General agriculture, fishing and forestry sector
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Agricultural marketing and trade
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Public Administration
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Law
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Public Administration, Law, and Justice
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Agriculture
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fishing
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and forestry
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Industry and trade
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Rural services and infrastructure
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Rural policies and institutions
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Health system performance
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Rural development
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Human development
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Health, Nutrition and Population :: Population Policies
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Health, Nutrition and Population :: Health Monitoring & Evaluation
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Health, Nutrition and Population :: Disease Control & Prevention
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Agriculture :: Livestock & Animal Husbandry
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Avian Flu
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Health, Nutrition and Population
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Agriculture & Rural Dvmnt (ARD)
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