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Workshop summary : One Health Zoonotic Disease Prioritization for Multi-Sectoral Engagement in Uganda, Kampala, Uganda March 2–3, 2017
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    12/19/17
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    English
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Workshop summary : One Health Zoonotic Disease Prioritization for Multi-Sectoral Engagement in Uganda, Kampala, Uganda March 2–3, 2017
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    Participating Organizations -- Summary -- Table 1. Prioritized zoonotic diseases selected in Uganda during the One Health -- Zoonotic Disease Prioritization workshop in March, 2017 -- Introduction -- Workshop Methods -- Criteria Selected for Ranking Zoonotic Diseases -- Plans and Recommendations -- General Recommendations -- Specific Next Steps -- Appendix A: Five Steps for CDC’s One Health Zoonotic Diseases Prioritization -- Tool and Workshop -- Appendix B: Workshop Participants -- Appendix C: Final Results of One Health Zoonotic Disease Prioritization -- Workshop in Uganda -- Table 2. Zoonotic diseases considered for prioritization in Uganda: Final results of -- prioritization and normalized weights for 48 zoonotic diseases -- Appendix D: The Numerical Weights for the Criteria Selected for Ranking Zoonotic -- Diseases in Uganda -- References

    To best address zoonotic disease challenges in Uganda as part of the Global Health Security Agenda, a zoonotic disease prioritization workshop was held during March 2–3, 2017, at the Imperial Royale Hotel in Kampala. The goal of the prioritization process was to use a multi-sectoral, One Health approach to prioritize endemic and emerging zoonotic diseases of major public health concern that should be jointly addressed by human, animal, and environmental health ministries and other sectors relevant to the prioritized zoonotic disease. The effort was supported by the Government of Uganda, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), and the Preparedness and Response Project as part of the Global Health Security Agenda (GHSA).

    In order to build in-country capacity to conduct future One Health prioritization workshops, three local partners were trained by CDC as facilitators and together with CDC served as the facilitators during the workshop. Thirteen facilitators representing human, animal, and environmental health sectors were trained including 10 from Uganda, 2 from Rwanda, and 1 representing the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations.

    CS 266781-C

    uganda-one-health-zoonotic-disease-prioritization-report-508.pdf

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