University of California - Davis
Sokoine University of Agriculture (SUA), Southern Highlands Region Veterinary Investigation Center (VIC), Ruhaha District Veterinary Officer, Rufiji Water Basin Board (Tanzania); University of Vermont (UVM); University of California, Davis, Colorado State University (US)
Rudovick Kazwala (Host Country Principal Investigator); Jon Erickson (Co-Principal Investigator); Jonna Mazet (Co-Principal Investigator); Kathleen Galvin (Co-Principal Investigator)
The HALI-2 project is implementing a program to reduce vulnerability for pastoralists in Tanzania to altered disease dynamics brought about by climate change by improving regional capacity for predicting, diagnosing and responding to livestock health problems through integration of data on diseases, environment, economics and climate.
1. Assess livestock health services and pathogen diagnosis and response capacity 2. Create framework to model adaptation of pastoralist communities to climate change