One Health at the human/domestic animal/wildlife interface through the Mnisi Community Programme
Communities that live in areas adjacent to conservation areas, live in close association with their direct environment. Community health is significantly dependent on environmental health, and likewise, environmental health is significantly impacted by community and livestock management practices. There are also the rippling consequences on the greater conservation areas downstream from these communities. Our research aims to focus on issues that are relevant in the context of One Health in the Mnisi Community.
Bats as a source of zoonotic mycoses
Sociodemographic related risk factors of One Health
Antimicrobial resistance: quantifying community level antimicrobial use
Disposable baby diapers: a community level One Health issue (MSc study)
AMR: inappropriate use of antibiotics at community level as a risk factors for the development of AMR (MSc/PhD)