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  • August 2022 Newsletter
    In this issue, new spillover research, info about SEAOHUN's upcoming conference, and much more!
     
  • July 2022 Newsletter
    In this issue, we're hiring in Côte d’Ivoire, an interview about wastewater surveillance, and much more!
     
  • May 2022 Newsletter
    In this issue, new research from Vietnam, working together in Liberia, and more!
     
  • April 2022 Newsletter
    In this issue, an update on Sierra Leone, meet our Liberia Country Team Lead, and much more!
     
  • March 2022 Newsletter
    In this issue, an update on outcome mapping in Liberia, our annual report is out, why gender matters for stopping spillover, and much more!
     
  • February 2022 Newsletter
    In this issue, thanking One Health platforms, how to stop spillover in Uganda — illustrated, the role of regulations in responding to outbreaks, and much more!
     
  • January 2022 Newsletter
    In this issue, STOP Spillover now in Cambodia, introducing our advisory board, and much more.
     
  • December 2021 Newsletter
    In this issue, new research on epidemic risk factors, an interview with our Viet Nam Country Team Lead, and much more.
     
  • November 2021 Newsletter
    In this issue, a One Health Day message from Project Director Deborah Kochevar, thoughts from the STOP Spillover consortium of experts, and much more.
     
  • October 2021 Newsletter
    In this issue, 5 big ways countries have leveraged their agriculture and food systems to protect people from zoonotic threats, an interview with AFROHUN’s executive director, and much more.

  • September 2021 Newsletter
    In this issue, news from Viet Nam, an interview with SEAOHUN’s executive director, a primer on how we’re mapping outcomes to stop spillovers, and much more.

  • August 2021 Newsletter
    In this issue, a message from Project Director Deborah Kochevar, introducing Uganda Country Team Lead Doreen Birungi, and much more.