USAID Launches $100M Project To Anticipate, Address Threats Posed By Emerging Zoonotic Diseases

USAID: USAID Announces New $100 Million Project to Anticipate Threats Posed by Emerging Infectious Diseases
“[On Wednesday], the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) launched Strategies to Prevent Spillover (STOP Spillover) a five-year, $100 million project to anticipate and address threats posed by the emerging zoonotic diseases that pose the greatest risk of jumping from animals to humans. STOP Spillover will play a significant role in the implementation of the U.S. Government’s Global Health Security Strategy, including support for the Global Health Security Agenda…” (9/30).

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