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Southeast Asia continues to be the geographic region that has the highest at-risk populations. Work under the AI-BCC Project began there in October 2005 and, with shared technical activities from AI.COMM, the two programs have worked in Cambodia, Indonesia, Lao PDR, Philippines, and Vietnam. The two projects’ activities have included qualitative and quantitative research, pandemic planning, long-term behavior change efforts, and communication and capacity building of local entities. The partners have included public and private sector organizations, and demonstrate the longest-running communication project in H5N1.

Solutions for Farm-Related Risk Behaviors [PDF - 11KB]

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Cambodia

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Indonesia

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Lao PDR

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Nurturing a Social Network to Respond to Avian Influenza Outbreaks: AI-BCC and the Lao Women’s Union

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Phillipines

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Vietnam

"Three Good Things Campaign" about Avian Influenza Prevention and Control

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