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Elimination of a Bioterrorism Threat: Rinderpest Post-Eradication

This project aimed to strengthen global health security and reduce biological threats globally by mitigating the risk of an intentional or unintentional release of the Rinderpest virus. This project also increased the ability and capacity of countries to rapidly control and then re-eradicate an incursion of the disease if it occurs.

Risk Area(s) covered


Beneficiary Countries

Beneficiary Regions


2978555 USD


Start Date: January 1, 2016
End Date: 

ASI Database Release

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