Research Information:

Predicting vulnerability and improving resilience of Maasai communities to vector-borne infections

Animal Health

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From: University of Dodoma(UDOM) (UDOM) | 2020 | Research Done By: Gwakisa PS, PhD

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Research Recommendation:
African trypanosomiasis remains to be a disease of public health importance affecting animals and humans in the Maasai steppe of Tanzania. Climate (season) is a major driver for abundance of tsetse flies and their infection rates.