Rift Valley fever, endemic to Africa, was first reported in the Arabian Peninsula in 2000. ... appear to be more susceptible than cattle or camels; over 90% of lambs infected with RVF die, whereas mortality among adult sheep can be as low as 10 %. ... identify key drivers for RVF occurrence and transmission, and develop decision support tools to guide responses at various stages of the RVF epidemic cycle.
|Title||:||Informing national Rift Valley fever control plans: An impact narrative|
|Author||:||International Livestock Research Institute|
|Publisher||:||ILRI (aka ILCA and ILRAD) - 2014-11-05|