SCHOOL'S HEALTH PREVENTION 

WHY

Zoonoses: diseases that are transmitted from animals to humans are defined as zoonoses. The spread of these diseases in the human population is often linked to human activity, and the illegal trade of pet animals is an important route of transmission of zoonoses. In fact, animals bought on the black market may come from infected areas, and not be checked from the health point of view. Families with children are often the final buyers of pets coming from the illegal market. Concern about pathogen transmission between animals and humans is an important public health consideration. The risk of zoonotic transmission is real, but prevention strategies will reduce the potential for transmission.

LAND KÄRNTEN

Land Kärnten (Austria) - Neuen Mittelschulen in Brückl, Klein St. Paul und St. Veit an der Glan. Reference persons: Marie-Christin Rossmann and Ingrid Fischinger. 

FRIULI Venezia Giulia

Friuli Venezia Giulia (Italy). IC Svevo Trieste, IC Dante Trieste, IC Commerciale Corsi Trieste, I.O. Bachmann Tarvisio. Reference persons: Paolo Zucca, Alessandro Bremini, Roberto Furlani, Marcelli Sitzia.  

SLOVENJA

Osnovna šola Hrpelje (Slo). Reference Person: Mitja Dodic. 

AUTONOMOUS PROVINCE OF BOLZANO

Reference persons: Ernst Stifter and Giulia Morosetti. 

BERLIN

Robert-Havemann-Gymnasium - Berlin-Karow (D). Steven Seet and his collaborators from the Leibniz Institute for Zoo and Wildlife Research are running the Bio-crime school classroom program in Berlin at the following schools.  

MAURITIUS

Mauritius Institute of Education. Reference Person: Prof. Jashwant Ramma.  

JAPAN

Jiyugakuen Elementary School.  

The Jiyugakuen Elementary School recently joined the school classroom programs of the Bio-crime project. Contact persons: Prof. Toshiya Matsushima and Dr. Takahashi-sensei, President of Jiyugakuen School (Japan).

More info available on the school’s web site.

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