The ECOMORE II project, coordinated by the Institut Pasteur and funded by the AFD, is investigating changes in the environment and in the human activities behind the emergence of infectious diseases in Southeast Asia. It improves risk management for community health. It builds the capacity of laboratories while supporting national and regional cooperation. In Myanmar, the project aims at training interns and hospital physicians participating in the study to collect data that will help analyze risk.
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