by Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations in Rome .
Written in English
|Series||FAO animal production and health paper ;, 100|
|Contributions||Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations., FAO Panel of Experts on Ecological and Technical Aspects of the Programme for the Control of African Animal Trypanosomiasis and Related Development (1991 : Harare, Zimbabwe)|
|LC Classifications||SF807 .P775 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 204 p. :|
|Number of Pages||204|
|LC Control Number||93195476|
The following selected working papers were written by individual experts to form the basis for the deliberations of the meeting of the FAO Panel of Experts on Ecological and Technical Aspects of the Programme for the Control of African Animal Trypanosomiasis and Related Development. FAO () Programme for the control of African animal trypanosomiasis. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, Rome. FAO () Report of the FAO/UNDP Expert Consultation on the economics of trypanosomiasis. Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations. Animal genetic resources — A global programme for sustainable development, (E *) Veterinary diagnostic bacteriology — a manual of laboratory procedures of selected diseases of livestock, (E * F *). The Conference agreed that as the aim of the Programme for the Control of African Animal Trypanosomiasis and Related Development was to promote and accelerate balanced rural development, programme implementation called for coordinated inter-divisional team work within FAO. In addition coordination with national institutions and collaboration with WHO and OAU was .
FAO () Integrated tsetse control and rural development, Report of the Joint meeting of the FAO Panels of Experts on Technical, Ecological and Development Aspects of the Programme for the Control of African Animal Trypanosomiasis and Related Development, Accra, November Finelle, P., , Programme for the control of African animal trypanosomiasis and related development, in: Isotope and Radiation Research on Animal Diseases and Their Vectors, International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna, pp. 3– Google Scholar. program aims to control various animal pathologies, including African animal trypanosomosis, which is a real constraint to the development of cattle breeding in Benin. Also known as nagana pest, Animal African Trypanosomosis (AAT), is a protozoan parasitic disease of vertebrate animals. It affects cattle, water buffalo, sheep, goats, horses, pigs, dogs and other species.
Nagana (African Animal Trypanosomiasis-AAT) and tick-borne diseases (TBDs) constrain livestock production in most parts of sub-Saharan Africa. To this realisation, Uganda government set up an African trypanosomiasis (AT) control unit, which among other activities generates national tsetse control priority maps using apparent tsetse density by: 6. Programme for the control of African animal trypanosomiasis and related development: ecological and technical aspects: proceedings of the FAO Panel of Experts, Harare, Zimbabwe, June Author. These last conditions are not exclusive to the control, elimination, and sustained surveillance of HAT but also for the overall development of DECs, which would contribute to the control of HAT as well. Related links. WHO fact sheet on Human African trypanosomiasis; Human African trypanosomiasis ; Neglected tropical diseases. A new international collaborative approach to tsetse control was launched with the formation of the Programme Against African Trypanosomiasis (PAAT) in This programme sought to adopt a common strategy that would lead to a harmonised and standardised approach to trypanosomiasis control Cited by: