Data from: Towards the description of livestock mobility in Sahelian Africa: some results from a survey in Mauritania

Andrea Apolloni, Gaelle Nicolas, Caroline Coste, Ahmed Bezeid EL Mamy, Barry Yahya, Ahmed S. EL Arbi, Mohamed B. Gueya, Doumbia Baba, Marius Gilbert & Renaud Lancelot
Understanding spatio-temporal patterns of host mobility is a key factor to prevent and control animal and human diseases. This is utterly important in low-income countries, where animal disease epidemics have strong socio-economic impacts. In this article we analyzed a livestock mobility database, whose data have been collected by the Centre National d’Elevage et de Recherches Vétérinaires (CNERV) Mauritania, to describe its patterns and temporal evolution. Data were collected through phone and face-to-face interviews in almost...
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