Wildlife Health

Wildlife health has the potential to become a major issue in Nyungwe owing to pollution and disease transmission, primarily threatening the region's primates. WCS has worked to establish mechanisms to prevent this. Among these are health protocols for chimpanzee tourist visits to prevent disease transmission from humans to chimpanzees, and other primates.

Latest Publications


Factsheet WCS- Biodiversity research and monitoring

Author(s): Wildlife Conservation Society- Rwanda
Year: 2009

Factsheet WCS- Monitoring ecosystem services, agriculture and livelihoods in Rwanda

Author(s): Wildlife Conservation Society- Rwanda
Year: 2012

WCS Rwanda Annual progress report- Protected Areas Biodiversity Project

Author(s): Wildlife Conservation Society- Rwanda
Year: 2008

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