What is HALI?
The Health for Animals and Livelihood Improvement (HALI) Project is a collaborative research and capacity building program investigating health at human-animal-environment interfaces in Tanzania.
HALI is led by Dr. Jonna Mazet, Executive Director of the One Health Institute, School of Veterinary Medicine, University of California, Davis, and Professor Rudovick Kazwala, Faculty of Veterinary Medicine and Public Health, Sokoine University of Agriculture.
Who is HALI?
HALI is an international team of researchers, professionals, students, volunteers, and community members working together to better understand the interactions among humans, animals, and their shared environments in Tanzania. Our collaborators include the University of California San Francisco, University of Vermont Gund Institute, University of New Mexico, University of Warwick, Tanzania National Institute of Medical Research, Tanzania National Parks, Friends of Ruaha Society, and Wildlife Conservation Society Ruaha Landscape Program.
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HALI is supported by grant funding, awards, and through the contributions of our network of dedicated volunteers and team members. To ensure sustainability of our programs and to keep our talented teams and activities funded, HALI relies upon philanthropic support from private donors. Please consider supporting the HALI project by visiting our donation center at the UC Davis Wildlife Health Center.