DISEASE, VULNERABILITY AND LIVELIHOODS ON THE TANZANIA-UGANDA INTERFACE ECOSYSTEM TO THE WEST OF LAKE VICTORIA

Diagnostic Survey of north-western Tanzania

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    ORGANIZACIÓN DE LAS NACIONES UNIDAS PARA LA AGRICULTURA Y LA ALIMENTACIÓN
Roma, 2009


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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Parte I - 719 Kb

Acknowledgements
Foreword
List of Abbreviations and Acronyms
Executive Summary

Chapter One: Introduction
Background and Rationale of the Study
Conceptual Context: An Overview
Diseases and Pests in the Study Area: A Brief Overview
Methodology
Situating North-Western Tanzania
Summary

Chapter Two: Crop Pests and Diseases
Important Crop Pests and Diseases in Kagera Region
Diseases and Pests of Banana
Diseases and Pests of Cassava
Diseases and Pests of Coffee
Implications of Crop Pests and Diseases

 

Parte II - 388 Kb

Chapter Three: Livestock Diseases
Livestock Keeping in Kagera Region
Major Diseases of Livestock
Impact of Livestock Diseases

Chapter Four: Human Diseases
Human Disease Prevalence in Kagera Region
Geographical Differences and Seasonality of Disease Prevalence
Household Impacts of Human Diseases

Chapter Five: Explaining the High Burden of Disease
Drivers of Pests and Diseases
Weak Institutional Capacity
Searching for the Elusive Magic Bullet
The Labour Issue

Chapter Six: Conclusion and Recommendations
Conclusion
Recommendations
Bibliography


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