Brucellosis is widespread in both animals and humans in Armenia. Improved collaboration between the human and animal health sectors and improved surveillance efforts are among the challenges that must be accomplished to arrive at an effective and efficient brucellosis control strategy. SAFOSO is a collaborator in a project aiming to strengthen coordination and communication between the human and animal health sectors and to increase understanding and capacity of national stakeholders to implement cost-effective surveillance and epidemiological investigations as part of a brucellosis control program. SAFOSO will support the implementation of a knowledge, attitude, practice (KAP) survey among field staff responsible for surveillance and epidemiological investigations on brucellosis in humans and animals. Afterwards, based on the findings of this KAP survey, SAFOSO will support the development of a training plan for field staff. With the aim to design a OH surveillance model for Armenia, SAFOSO will conduct an assessment of the current surveillance system, including an epidemiological analysis of the occurrence and spatial distribution of human and animal cases of brucellosis in Armenia. The project is coordinated by CH2M and funded by the US Defense Threat Reduction Agency.