Volume 13, Number 4—April 2007
Human Benefits of Animal Interventions for Zoonosis Control
|Cost||Benefit||Net present value‡||Benefit: cost ratio§|
|Total agriculture sector||5,174.9||16,611.6||11,436.7||3.2|
|Public health sector|
|Health Insurance Fund||0.0||0.0||0.0|
|Out-of-pocket contribution to health costs||1,669.3||5,358.7||3,689.4||3.2|
|Change in household income||1,103.7||3,542.8||2,439.1||3.2|
|Total overall human health||3,782.4||12,141.8||8,359.4||3.2|
|Total private sector||7,947.9||25,513.1||17,565.2||3.2|
*Scenario for proportion of protected animals at 52% and discount rate at 5%. Costs are in Mongolian tugriks; 1 US$ ≈1,080 MNT in October 2000.
†Table reproduced from (4).
‡Benefits minus costs.
§Benefits divided by costs (minimum 2.27, maximum 4.37).
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