Training for Kenyan Ecohealth Students

Author: Maria Dahn

Six people stand on the edge of a small pond with a dirt shore. A tree on the edge is reflected in the water. Tall hills in the background.

All personnel working on the REDI-NET program are equipped with standardized operating procedures (SOPs), equipment, and supplies. However, without training, these components are at high risk for variability. This image shows REDI-NET ecohealth students in Kenya being trained in the use of vector trapping by Dr. Maureen Kamau of the Mpala Research Centre. Once trained, the students went into the field to beta-test the SOPs at select watering holes. Mirror activities are happening in Belize and Florida.