Linking sustainable human and animal African trypanosomosis control with rural development strategies

PAAT TECHNICAL AND SCIENTIFIC SERIES 10

Linking sustainable
human and animal
African trypanosomosis control
with rural development strategies

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FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS
Rome, 2010

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ISSN 1020-7163

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Table of Contents

Acknowledgements
Abstract
Acronyms
Prologue

Chapter 1

THE CURRENT SITUATION

Chapter 2

POLICY, PRIORITIZATION, PLANS AND PROJECTS
Historical perspective
Policy for poverty alleviation
Prioritization
Plans and Projects

Chapter 3

INVOLVING THE STAKEHOLDERS
Identifying the key players
Putting together a stakeholder inventory
Sustainable stakeholder participation

Chapter 4

IMPLEMENTATION AND DELIVERY
Three generations of tsetse and trypanosomosis interventions
Ensuring effective delivery

Chapter 5

SECURING THE BENEFITS
Sustainable health and livelihoods framework
Identifying necessary accompanying measures

Chapter 6

CONCLUSION

References


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