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Sustaining Livelihoods
Humanitarian crises, livelihoods and veterinary interventions
  1. Claire Okell,
  2. Jonathan Rushton and
  3. Kristien Verheyen
  1. Veterinary Epidemiology and Public Health Group, Department of Veterinary Clinical Sciences, Royal Veterinary College, University of London, Hawkshead Lane, North Mymms, Hertfordshire AL9 7TA
  1. e-mail: cokell{at}rvc.ac.uk

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IN recent correspondence (VR, January 28, 2012, vol 170, p 107), Andy Catley and David Hadrill highlight the lack of evidence showing the impact of veterinary interventions in humanitarian crises. In response, we would like to draw attention to a study that has recently started at the Royal Veterinary College, funded by the World Society for the Protection of Animals.

The project aims to analyse the change in …

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