Symposium: Tsetse and Trypanosomiasis Control in the Disease Elimination Context
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Human and Animal trypanosomiases are caused by protozoan parasites belonging to the genus Trypanosoma and transmitted by tsetse flies, the sole members of genus Glossina. According to the WHO, the number of new human trypanosomiasis (HAT) cases reported in 2017 under 2000. The WHO elimination target of 2020 remains on track. This success has not been mirrored for nagana in livestock, yet livestock are central to the well-being of many communities in Africa. This symposium allows us to collectively explore synergies that can lead to impact in livestock and man, in a one health context.
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