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Anthropogenic and natural influence on disease prevalence at the human-livestock-wildlife interface in the Serengeti ecosystem, TanzaniaNorwegian University of Science and Technology, 2013Human activities in ecosystems interfere with natural processes and cause habitat fragmentation and loss. This restricts wildlife movement consequently reducing the gene flow and genetic diversity. Increased human encroachment on wildlife habitat compromises immunity and disturbs host-pathogen relationships resulting in disease outbreaks in naïve populations.Document2012Norway and Tanzania have been partners for 50 years. Political commitment, social, cultural, academic and commercial interactions have created links and relations that go far beyond the traditional development cooperation.