Conservation Through Public Health  Voice of America reporter Peterson Ssendi in Kampala profiles wildlife veterinarian Dr. Gladys Kalema-Zikusoka, an Ashoka Fellow and the work of her group, “Conservation Through Public Health.” In Uganda, a conservationist is teaching members of poor rural communities that they have more in common with the neighboring wildlife than they think. She says, for example, that disease can be transferred between people and animals. And she says well-kept wildlife sanctuaries can provide an income for the community. Download MP3 interview at: Provided Jan 23, 2003 by: Justin Sobota, MS, DVM