Health Risk Management in a changing climate

A ground-breaking Red Cross Red Crescent project, supported by The Rockefeller Foundation, to build operational knowledge on health risks that are changing with climate is nearing completion. The project links four Red Cross National Societies at field level with experts and scientific agencies; it focuses on dengue fever in the two Asian countries and waterborne diarrheal disease in East Africa – both influenced by climate, including changing rainfall patterns.

Online version of report
http://www.climatecentre.org/downloads/File/Case%20studies/CC_HMR%20brochure_A4_6%20web.pdf

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