publication . Other literature type . Thesis . 2016

WOMEN-LED TSETSE CONTROL: A PILOT STUDY IN NORTHWEST UGANDA

Kovacic, V;
  • Published: 01 Jan 2016
  • Publisher: University of Liverpool Repository
  • Country: United Kingdom
Abstract
ABSTRACT Women-led tsetse control: a pilot study in North West Uganda Vanja Kovačič INTRODUCTION Human African Trypanosomiasis (HAT) is a disease caused by infection with trypanosomes and transmitted by tsetse flies, which continues to threaten thousands of people in Africa. Tiny targets –small pieces of cloth impregnated with insecticide– are a new, cheap, and effective entomological tool to prevent transmission. The most sustainable and effective way to implement these targets remains uncertain, but their simplicity makes them an excellent candidate for community led schemes. The aim of this research was to design, implement, and evaluate a women-led tsetse co...
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publication . Other literature type . Thesis . 2016

WOMEN-LED TSETSE CONTROL: A PILOT STUDY IN NORTHWEST UGANDA

Kovacic, V;