STOP Spillover is working with in-country stakeholders to understand and address the threats posed by zoonotic viral diseases and reduce the risk of viral spillover and spread.
STOP Spillover is a USAID Funded consortium run through Tufts.
As a partner of STOP Spillover, HOT works with consortium members and country teams to incorporate geospatial technology into the interventions to better understand public health risks and surveillance activities. HOT will work together with STOPS and local communities to fill in spatial data gaps in the regions of intervention, and map human animal interfaces to better monitor spillover disease.
Featured photo courtesy of UAID.