CCCFS Programs

Human and Animal Health

Here's an overview of how CCCFS Human and Animal Health program is designed and implemented to achieve the objectives

CCCFS focuses on understanding and addressing the health impacts of climate change. The centre will concentrate on prevention and control of pant and crop pest and disease including an increased prevalence of heat-related illnesses, vector-borne diseases (e.g., malaria, dengue), and respiratory issues due to air pollution.

Through these comprehensive programs, CCCFS is actively working towards achieving its objectives in climate change mitigation, food security, health, sustainable agriculture, biodiversity conservation, indigenous community development, policy advocacy, and capacity building. These efforts contribute to building resilient, sustainable, and empowered communities.

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