The attached (see below) relates to the 8 documents (over 200 pages) posted on the CDC website on updated guidance on community mitigation for pandemic flu (at https://www.cdc.gov/nonpharmaceutical-interventions/tools-resources/planning-guidance-checklists.html tabs for Community Mitigation Guidelines to Prevent Pandemic Influenza – United States, 2017 & Pre-Pandemic NPI Planning Guides).
Article by Dr. Mona S. Chaya (FAO).
First online: 11 May 2016
Article: The Links Between Public and Ecosystem Health in Light of the Recent Ebola Outbreaks and Pandemic Emergence (DOI 10.1007/s10393-016-1123-y)
By David Nabarro and Chadia Wannous
THE INCLUSIVE COST OF PANDEMIC INFLUENZA RISK by Victoria Y. Fan, Dean T. Jamison, and Lawrence H. Summers. NBER Working Paper 22137, March 2016.
Climate change is an urgent and growing threat to global health security. A special feature of Health Security will be devoted to climate change and health. The Journal seeks papers that address the wide range of policy, practice, and research issues at the intersection of health and a changing climate.
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This document explains FAO’s multidisciplinary approach in helping countries in the fight against threats to the human food chain. It offers examples of how FAO's supports countries to mitigate risks affecting the food chain. In this context, it draws special attention to information systems, monitoring and early warning systems.
The document can be used to help East African countries develop food control systems, and implement operational protocols that clearly outline the roles, responsibilities and process for early detection, prevention and control of food safety incidents.
Epidemic typhus is an infectious disease caused by the bacterium Rickettsia prowazekii and transmitted by body lice (Pediculus humanus corporis). This disease occurs where conditions are crowded and unsanitary. This disease accompanied war, famine, and poverty for centuries.