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In this section, you'll find the WDA-AME newsletters and other publications for download. 

FB_IMG_1570095746847 - Shaleen Angwenyi.
FB_IMG_1570095746847 - Shaleen Angwenyi.


At Wildlife Disease Association - Africa and Middle East Section, the wellbeing of African and Middle East wildlife is at the forefront of what we’re working together towards. Our programs and activities are designed to be a catalyst that helps wildlife disease researchers and community members to reach their goals, containing and eradicating disease. 

Please feel free to share news and update about your work to the network by publishing in the newsletter.

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WDA-AME Webinar series
Ecosystem Disease Management - Historic Approaches and New Challenges

Thursday 28 April, 13:00 EAT
By Dr. Cobus RAATH


2021 Newsletter, Vol. 5, Issue 1

WDA-AME board news 1

Update on Mycobacterium bovis diagnosis in rhinoceros

What’s new with the southern africa wda student chapter

Hope for Nigeria’s wildlife: elephant herd on the increase

Through my eyes, journey of a wildlife veterinarian

Short research updates:

Bacteria and AMR in non-human primates in zoos in nigeria

Drivers of bushmeat hunting & perception of zoonoses among  hunters & traders, Oba Hill Forest reserve, Nigeria

Research updates:

Threat of tuberculosis in African rhinoceros

Tuberculosis control in eurasian wild boar by vaccination

Causes of mortality and morbidity in captive wild animals in Ibadan, Nigeria

WDA-AME Webinar series
Chemical capture of megaherbivores and large predators

Tuesday 12 July, 12:00 GMT+2 (South Africa)
By Dr. Peter BUSS

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