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Dr. Brigitte Bagnol is a French anthropologist with 30 years of experience in the Southern Africa as an anthropologist-filmmaker specializing in development, anthropology of ecology, communication, anthropology of health and gender issues. Brigitte lived in Mozambique for 17 years and since 1994 she is an independent consultant working in Southern Africa and Asia. She has been contracted by different agencies to give training, design or evaluate project and conduct research. She carried out gender analysis and developed gender strategies both for grassroots projects as well as ministries. She studies the socio-economic factors affecting the role of poultry in the livelihoods of rural households in the context of Newcastle and Avian Influenza control. She has been associated with the International Rural Poultry Centre (IRPC), KYEEMA Foundation and she is a senior visiting lecturer in the Dept. of Anthropology at the Witwatersrand University, SA. She is Research Assistant Professor, Department of Environmental and Population Health, Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine at Tufts University, USA.

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