Effectiveness of tiny target technology in controlling tsetse vectors for HAT - Boffa study in Guinea

  • Lehane, Mike (Promotor)
  • Boelaert, Marleen (Promotor)
  • Thys, Séverine (Researcher)
  • Paessens, Evelien (Administrator)

    Project Details


    To support the design of tsetse fly traps for palpalis-group (West African) vectors of sleeping sickness, which will evaluate the deployment parameters and phase 3 impact on sleeping sickness in field evaluations. This study frames within a large-scale project centered on the production of improved insecticide treated targets for tsetse control funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
    Effective start/end date1/05/1731/12/18


    • Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine: €110,457.50


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