The purpose of this project was to develop and promote environmentally beneficial and cost effective strategies for the control of trypanosomiasis in Zimbabwe and tsetse-infested countries of sub-Saharan Africa. In particular, the project aimed to increase the cost-effectiveness of using insecticide-treated cattle to control tsetse in Zimbabwe and tsetse-affected areas of Africa.
Torr, S.; Wilson, P.; Schofield, S.; Mangwiro, T.; Akber, S.; White, B. Improving the control of tsetse: the use of DNA profiling to establish the feeding responses of tsetse to cattle. Final Technical Report. (2001)