We are excited to announce that HALI Field Coordinator, Dr. Harrison Sadiki received the “AHEAD Beyond Boundaries’ journal award“. These awards are for researchers and managers conducting promising work at the interface between wildlife health, domestic animal health, and human health and livelihoods.
Harrison and eight of his dedicated colleagues will receive a one-year electronic subscription to the journal “Transboundary and Emerging Diseases“. The award is generously sponsored by Wiley-Blackwell Publishing. Access to the latest peer-reviewed science literature is often difficult and cost-prohibitive for scientists working in developing countries. We are thrilled that Harrison has received this award and grateful to both Wiley-Blackwell and the Wildlife Conservation Society’s Animal & Human Health for the Environment and Development (AHEAD) program.
Hongera sana (Congratulations) Harrison!