Environmental climate change impact
TDR is investigating the effects of environmental and climate change on major vectors and vector-borne diseases. The long-term aim is to develop strategies for reducing vulnerability and increasing the resilience of populations at risk. As a first step, in collaboration with the Climate and Health Working Group of Ethiopia, Columbia University's International Research Institute for Climate and Society (IRI), IDRC-Canada, and WHO’s Protection of the Human Environment department and its African regional office, experts and key regional stakeholders are coming together to assess and, through consensus, prioritize research and capacity building needs on public health adaptation and resilience to social, environmental and climate change impacts on vector-borne diseases in Africa. This work supports the WHO African Regional Committee for Africa's Framework for Public Health Adaptation to Climate Change in the Africa Region.
- Review of TDR environment and agriculture report
- Call for grant applications: research on the impact of insecticide resistance mechanisms on malaria control failure in Africa
- Grantees announced for research on impact of climate change on vector-borne diseases in Africa
- African health services from a community perspective
- EcoHealth field evolving: TDR at international conference in China