Research Update Situation Analysis Sierra Leone

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The Dynamic Drivers of Disease in Africa Consortium is an ESPA1-funded research programme designed to deliver much-needed, cutting-edge science on the relationships between ecosystems, zoonoses, health and wellbeing with the objective of moving people out of poverty and promoting social justice. This document offers a research update on the Consortium case study exploring the drivers of Lassa fever in Sierra Leone R e s e a r c h u p d a t e s i t u a t i o n a n a l y s i s sie r r a l e o n e
Lina Moses, Tulane University; Alie Kamara, Njala University; Alhaji Brima Gogra, Njala University; Bashiru M. Koroma, Njala University; Thomas R.A. Winnebah, Njala University; Morrison Kenie Lahai, Njala University; Mohamed Jalloh, Njala University; Hannah S. Senesie, Njala University; Melissa Leach, Institute of Development Studies; Catherine Holley, Institute of Development Studies; Gianni Lo Iacono, University of Cambridge; David Redding, University College London.