Journal articlesDisease control ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH TRYPANOSOMIASISPublished dateWednesday, August 7, 2019 - 04:00
Journal articlesDisease control ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH TRYPANOSOMIASIS
Implementation science : epidemiology and feeding profiles of the Chagas vector Triatoma Dimidiata prior to Ecohealth intervention for three locations in Central America
Blood feeding insects from the subfamily Triatomine are involved in the transmission of Chagas disease, caused by the protozoan parasite Trypanosoma cruzi, a neglected tropical disease endemic from southern Mexico through Central to northern SouthPublished dateFriday, November 2, 2018 - 04:00
Research in El Salvador, Guatemala, and Honduras confirms that low-cost and locally sustainable home improvements provide a sustainable means of controlling the spread of Chagas disease.Published date2014
Aproximación metodológica para la sistematización de una experiencia de escalamiento en Ecosalud, para la prevención de Chagas en Centro AméricaPublished dateThursday, January 2, 2014 - 05:00
Towards improved Chagas and dengue disease control through innovative ecosystem management and community-directed interventions : an eco-bio-social research programme on Chagas and dengue disease control in Latin America and the Caribbean; final...
This report provides an overview of a five-year research and capacity building programme involving eight research studies, forming a Community-of-Practice (CoP) for ecohealth research on vector-borne diseases, with a focus on dengue in urban and pPublished dateThursday, January 2, 2014 - 05:00
Chagas disease is a important vector-borne disease that constitutes a significant burden of illness among the poor in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC). More than 10 million people in the region are infected by the parasite Trypanosoma Cruzi.