Vol 11, No 1s (2016) • HEALTHY FUTURES

Published: 2016-02-18

HEALTHY FUTURES (Health, environmental change and adaptive capacity: mapping, examining and anticipating future risks of water-related vector-borne diseases in eastern Africa) was a cooperative project funded under the European Commission (EC)’s Framework Programme 7 (FP7) Africa-2010 call. It ran for four years, terminating at the end of 2014, and aimed to build capacity in risk mapping for three water-related high-impact vector-borne diseases (malaria, Rift Valley fever, and schistosomiasis) in eastern Africa. Major outputs from the project are represented in the papers that make up this issue.

Guest Editors: David Taylor, Stefan Kienberger, Jack B. Malone, Adrian M. Tompkins

Environmental change and Rift Valley fever in eastern Africa: projecting beyond HEALTHY FUTURES

David Taylor, Michael Hagenlocher, Anne E. Jones, Stefan Kienberger, Joseph Leedale, Andrew P. Morse

Modelling homogeneous regions of social vulnerability to malaria in Rwanda

Jean Pierre Bizimana, Stefan Kienberger, Michael Hagenlocher, Emmanuel Twarabamenye