One Health approaches require community engagement, education, and international collaborations—a lesson from Rwanda
Nature Medicine , Volume 27, pp 947-948; doi:10.1038/s41591-021-01350-5
Abstract: One Health approaches recognize the links between the environment, animals, and human disease, but these approaches are successful only with bottom-up community engagement, education, and international collaborations.
Keywords: Developing world / Health policy / Biomedicine / general / Cancer Research / Metabolic Diseases / Infectious Diseases / Molecular Medicine / Neurosciences
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