Bird flu: Avian influenza 2006. The H5N1 virus, poultry, other animals, and people here and elsewhere, from Asia to Africa
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The 2006 bird flu epidemic began in South-East Asia in 1997 and then spread through Central Asia and the Middle East, reaching Africa in early 2006. CIRAD worked with a number of experts, from both North and South, to compile this booklet on the costs and health risks of the disease, particularly for disadvantaged populations.