Wednesday, September 18, 2013

Science Daily - Researchers Help People in Remote Africa Respond to Diarrheal Disease

Our new publication provides information on diarrheal disease which might provide important insight into this persistent public health threat in Africa.

Kathleen Alexander, associate professor of wildlife, and Mpho Ramotadima, community extension officer at the Center for African Resource: Animals, Communities and Land Use (CARACAL), check water quality at a public faucet in a Botswana village. Alexander conducts research through CARACAL, a nonprofit nongovernment organization she co-founded in Botswana. (Credit: Virginia Tech)

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