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ECOnomic development,
ECOsystem MOdifications,
and emerging infectious diseases
Risk Evaluation

The first phase of the project ECOMORE is now completed. All partners of the project will organize a Final Symposium to present documented findings of field studies and recommendations which can minimize the impact of change of ecosystems for public health. Symposiums are scheduled as below:
Vientiane             17 November 2016
Yangon                  21 November 2016
Hanoi                     25 November 2016
Phnom Penh      05 December 2016
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ECOMORE, the project acronym means "Economic Development, Ecosystem Changes, and Emerging Infectious Diseases Risks Evaluation". Indeed, this ambitious Project aims to guide Economic development initiatives in 4 countries belonging to the Southeast Asia Region: Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, and Vietnam. The core of this project is to better understand anthropogenic ecological changes responsible for the emergence of infectious diseases and to measure the health risks for local communities as a result of improvement of surveillance systems and strengthening of national and regional cooperation.

Steering Committee in Yangon November 2015