Socio-Economic and Cultural Factors In The Research and Control of Trypanosomias (Paperback)
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Socio-Economic and Cultural Factors In The Research and Control of Trypanosomias (Paperback)

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African animal trypanosomiasis affects the entire economy of livestock-agricultural production in vast zones of tsetse infested areas, and has, therefore, cultural and socio-economic implications on the day-to-day life of rural communities. In the past cultural and socio-economic factors were not duly considered as integral parts of a tsetse and trypanosomiasis intervention programme. These days it is realized that the research and control of T & T need to embrace the understanding of the socio-economic and cultural impacts of the disease. This paper reviews a broad spectrum of socio-economic and cultural information on tsetse and trypanosomiasis intervention and analyses it from several perspectives.

Publisher: Food & Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO)
ISBN: 9789251049297
Number of pages: 73

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