Programme Against African Trypanosomosis (PAAT)

Events

Arusha, United Republic of Tanzania 
Meetings
African animal trypanosomosis (AAT) is a major constraint on livestock health in sub-Saharan Africa. With no vaccine, trypanocidal drugs are the mainstay of control. Recently there have been step change advances towards more effective AAT control, through research on treatment failure, drug resistance and quality of trypanocidal drugs, and development...
Rome, Italy 
Meetings
Human African trypanosomiasis (HAT), also known as sleeping sickness, is a vector-borne disease transmitted by tsetse flies. The gambiense form of HAT (gHAT) is found in western and central Africa, and it is mainly anthroponotic (i.e. transmitted from human to human via the tsetse vector); the rhodesiense form is found...
Montpellier (France) 
Workshops
Great efforts have been made over several decades to control African trypanosomosis and its vectors. However, whilst over the past twenty years great advances have been made towards the elimination of sleeping sickness, progress in the control of animal trypanosomosis (AT) has been much more limited. To help face these...
Virtual 
Meetings
Parasites and parasitic diseases negatively affect the health and welfare of domestic animals, and they pose a heavy burden on communities that rely on livestock for their livelihood. The management and control of parasites often hinges on the use of chemicals and drugs, such as the acaricides used against ticks...
Virtual 
Meetings
Human African trypanosomiasis (HAT), also known as sleeping sickness, is a vector-borne disease transmitted by tsetse flies. The gambiense form of HAT is found in western and central Africa, and it is mainly anthroponotic (i.e. transmitted from human to human via the tsetse vector); the rhodesiense form is found in...
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