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April 2, 2021

Integrating Human and Animal Health for Conservation and Development: Findings From a Program Evaluation in Southwest Uganda

This report documents the process through which a Ugandan conservation organization, Conservation through Public Health (CTPH), successfully integrated interventions traditionally seen as from different “domains” or “sectors” for the dual purposes of (1) reducing threats to mountain gorillas and their habitat and (2) improving the well-being of local communities directly dependent upon the health of the former (for ecotourism and natural resource use).

March 18, 2021

Bushmeat Hunting and Extinction Risk to the World’s Mammals

The authors of this journal article propose a multi-pronged conservation strategy to help save threatened mammals from immediate extinction and avoid a collapse of food security for hundreds of millions of people.

March 11, 2021

Benefits of Wildlife Consumption to Child Nutrition in a Biodiversity Hotspot

This paper looks at a cohort of 77 preadolescent children (under 12 years of age) in rural northeastern Madagascar and shows that consuming more wildlife was associated with significantly higher hemoglobin concentrations.

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