Jan 31, 2014

Animal Excreta Transmission Routes Activity

This document includes the animal excreta transmission routes activity and instructions for facilitating the activity. The animal excreta transmission routes activity is a participatory tool to educate people about how feces from animals can make us sick. The tool also helps a group of people to identify how to stop the transmission of diseases related to animal excreta.

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