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Group photo at the Global Health Security Conference

STOP Spillover Presentations Featured at Global Health Security Conference

The third Global Health Security Conference featured presentations and posters from STOP Spillover’s Bangladesh, Cambodia, Côte d’Ivoire, Liberia, and Sierra Leone Country Teams. Read more ›

Seven people sitting around a long table with numerous documents during a working session.

Stakeholders meet in Côte d'Ivoire to develop roadmap for multi-sectoral surveillance and risk monitoring of zoonotic diseases

The Côte d'Ivoire STOP Spillover team held a stakeholder meeting to build consensus on a roadmap for strengthening multisectoral surveillance and risk monitoring of zoonotic diseases at the human-animal-environment interface. Read more ›

Three scientists doing field sampling of wastewater at Phebe Hospital Isolation Unit, Liberia

Strengthening Early Detection and Surveillance for Lassa Virus in Liberia Through Initiation and Validation of Protocols for Detecting Lassa Virus in Wastewater

The STOP Spillover Liberia Country Team launched a wastewater surveillance initiative at two hospitals with specialized Lassa fever isolation wards to strengthen surveillance for Lassa virus in Liberia. Read more ›

Group of trainers that are sitting around on the dirt in circle, looking at a cage with a civet in it.

Training in Preventive Wildlife Healthcare, Treatment, and Management of Common Diseases in Targeted Wildlife in Viet Nam

The STOP Spillover Viet Nam Country Team developed and implemented training to enable individuals working with farmed wildlife in Dong Nai province to identify common clinical signs of diseases and to provide basic diagnostic services and first-line clinical and preventive care. Read more ›

Chickens in 3-tiered cages indoors at a market

Developing a Live Bird “Smart Shop” in Bangladesh

The Bangladesh Country Team is working with stakeholders to increase biosafety in live bird markets in the country. Read more ›