Socio-Economic and Cultural Factors in the Research and Control of Trypanosomiasis

ISSN 1020-7163

PAAT TECHNICAL AND SCIENTIFIC SERIES 4

 



A PAAT INFORMATION SERVICE PUBLICATION

Mulumba Kamuanga
International Livestock Research Institute
Nairobi, Kenya

in partnership with the
Centre International de Recherche-Développement sur l'Elevage en Zone Subhumide, Bobo-Dioulasso,
Burkina Faso
and the
International Trypanotolerance Centre,
Banjul, Gambia

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Rome, 2003

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Table of Contents

Abstract

Acronyms

Chapter 1 Introduction

Chapter 2 Economic issues in the research and control of tsetse and trypanosomiasis

Economic analysis of tsetse and trypanosomiasis control
Private, public and mixed goods and characteristics of the benefit streams generated by trypanosomiasis control
Socio-economic planning and appraisal of tsetse and trypanosomiasis control operations

Chapter 3 Sociocultural factors and the research and control of trypanosomiasis

Background and justification
Definitions and models of community participation
Selected case studies of community participation in tsetse and trypanosomiasis control

Chapter 4 Data needs

Qualitative data
Quantitative data

Chapter 5 Lessons of the past to inform the future

Factors affecting sustainability of tsetse and trypanosomiasis: individual and community participation
Policy issues at the regional/district and national level

Chapter 6 Issues to anticipate

Private and individual benefits
Free-riding
Empowerment
Management and organization
Equity and gender
Monitoring and evaluation

Chapter 7 Concluding remarks

References

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