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Sierra Leone Participatory Planning Using Outcome Mapping: Summary Report

Through outcome mapping (OM), a structured participatory tool that uses a collaborative context-specific process, spillover ecosystem stakeholders (both traditional and non-traditional) are empowered to identify and reduce zoonotic spillover risks at human-animal-environment interfaces and develop an outcome-oriented project action plan. This report outlines the details of the OM workshop activities in Sierra Leone.

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Cambodia Participatory Planning Using Outcome Mapping: Summary Report

Through Outcome Mapping (OM), a structured participatory tool that uses a bottom-up collaborative process, spillover ecosystem stakeholders (both traditional and non-traditional) are empowered to identify and reduce zoonotic spillover risks at human-animal-environment interfaces and develop an outcome-oriented project action plan. This report outlines the details of the OM workshop activities in Cambodia.

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Uganda Participatory Planning Using Outcome Mapping: Summary Report

Through Outcome Mapping (OM), a structured participatory tool that uses a collaborative context-specific process, spillover ecosystem stakeholders (both traditional and non-traditional) are empowered to identify and reduce zoonotic spillover risks at human-animal-environment interfaces and develop an outcome-oriented project action plan. This report outlines the details of the OM workshop activities in Uganda.

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Introducing STOP Spillover (in Khmer)

This briefing book on Strategies to Prevent (STOP) Spillover outlines the project’s goals, the countries where it works, and its vision for priority countries across Africa and Asia to gain critical knowledge about spillover ecosystems and to refine and use that knowledge effectively, efficiently, and sustainably to reduce the risk of zoonotic viral spillover and spread.

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Présentation de STOP SPILLOVER

Strategies to Prevent (STOP) Spillover, un projet financé par l'USAID et dirigé par la Tufts University, est un consortium mondial composé d'experts de la santé humaine, animale et environnementale qui développe une nouvelle approche dans la compréhension et la gestion des risques posés par les virus zoonotiques connus susceptibles de contaminer l'homme et de provoquer des épidémies et des pandémies.

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Introducing STOP Spillover

This briefing book on Strategies to Prevent (STOP) Spillover outlines the project’s goals, the countries where it works, and its vision for priority countries across Africa and Asia to gain critical knowledge about spillover ecosystems and to refine and use that knowledge effectively, efficiently, and sustainably to reduce the risk of zoonotic viral spillover and spread.

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Viet Nam Participatory Planning Using Outcome Mapping: Summary Report

Through Outcome Mapping (OM), a structured participatory tool that uses a bottom-up collaborative process, spillover ecosystem stakeholders (both traditional and non-traditional) are empowered to identify and reduce zoonotic spillover risks at human-animal-environment interfaces and develop an outcome-oriented project action plan. This report outlines the details of the OM workshop activities in Viet Nam.

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Bangladesh Participatory Planning Using Outcome Mapping: Summary Report

Through outcome mapping (OM), a structured participatory tool that uses a collaborative context-specific process, spillover ecosystem stakeholders (both traditional and nontraditional) are empowered to identify and reduce zoonotic spillover risks at human-animal-environment interfaces and develop an outcome-oriented project action plan. This report outlines the details of the OM activities held in Bangladesh.

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Liberia Participatory Planning Using Outcome Mapping: Summary Report

Through outcome mapping (OM), a structured participatory tool that uses a collaborative context-specific process, spillover ecosystem stakeholders (both traditional and non-traditional) are empowered to identify and reduce zoonotic spillover risks at human-animal-environment interfaces and develop an outcome-oriented project action plan. This report outlines the details of the OM workshop activities in Liberia.

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STOP Spillover Year 2 Semi-Annual Report (1 October 2021 – 31 March 2022): Working with Key Stakeholders to Prioritize and Plan Interventions to Reduce the Risk of Viral Zoonotic Spillover

The participatory nature of the outcome mapping (OM) process applied by STOP Spillover leverages a broad range of in-country stakeholders to identify potential interventions to reduce the risk of spillover at prioritized interfaces, along with addressing knowledge gaps and challenges that limit intervention design.

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STOP Spillover Year 1 Annual Report (1 October 2020 ‒ 30 September 2021): Engaging Countries, Key Stakeholders, and Communities to Stop Spillover Locally

STOP Spillover's first year was defined by its deep engagement with countries, key stakeholders, and communities. Their contributions and guidance have helped ensure that STOP Spillover's approach is inclusive and will have a sustainable impact on decreasing risk of zoonotic viral spillover.

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The future of zoonotic risk prediction

Carlson, C.J., Farrell, M.J., Grange, Z., et al. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 376(1837). https://doi.org/10.1098/rstb.2020.0358.

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Sporadic Rift Valley Fever outbreaks in humans and animals in Uganda, October 2017—January 2018

Birungi, D., Aceng, F.L., Bulage, L., Nkonwa, I.H., Mirembe, B.B., Biribawa, C., et al. DOI: 10.1155/2021/8881191.

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A year of genomic surveillance reveals how the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic unfolded in Africa

Wilkinson, E., Giovanetti, M., Tegally, H., San, J.E., Lessells, R., Cuadros, D., et al. Science, 374(6566): 423-431. doi: 10.1126/Science.Abj4336.

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The origins and future of Sentinel: an early-warning system for pandemic preemption and response

Botti-Lodovico, Y., Nai, P., Nosamiefan, D., Stremlau, M., Schaffner, S., Agignoae, S.V., et al. Viruses, 13(8):1605. doi: 10.3390/v13081605.

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About OH-DReaM Working Groups

The One Health-Design Research and Mentorship Working Groups (OH-DReaM) are technical groups formed at the country level. They consist of Strategies to Prevent (STOP) Spillover Country Team members, local stakeholders, and STOP Spillover Resource Hub members who have technical expertise in specific issue areas – working together to address a specific thematic area, help close an information or data gap, or develop an intervention.

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Development of a qualitative real-time RT-PCR assay for the detection of SARS-CoV-2: a guide and case study in setting up an emergency-use, laboratory-developed molecular microbiological assay

Anahtar, M.N., Shaw, B.M. Slater, D., Byrne, E.H., Botti-Lodovico,Y., Adams, A., et al. J Clin Pathol, (74): 496–503. http://dx.doi.org/10.1136/jclinpath-2020-207128.

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Spillover Ecosystem Stakeholder Engagement, Gap Analysis, and Intervention Design Using Outcome Mapping

Outcome Mapping (OM) is a structured participatory tool that uses a bottom-up collaborative process to engage all Spillover Ecosystem stakeholders (both traditional and non-traditional). OM recognizes that development, at its core, focuses on how people and stakeholders relate to one another and their environment. The process of inclusive development allows stakeholders to drive the change and own the process, which builds towards self-reliance and sustainability.

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DNA spike-ins enable confident interpretation of SARS-CoV-2 genomic data from amplicon-based sequencing

Kim A. Lagerborg, Erica Normandin, Matthew R. Bauer, Gordon Adams, Katherine Figueroa, Christine Loreth, Adrianne Gladden-Young, Bennett Shaw, Leah Pearlman. bioRxiv. doi: https://doi.org/10.1101/2021.03.16.435654.