Mosiana Ekwanzala

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Human African trypanosomiasis (HAT) control programs existed during the colonial era in the Belgian Congo. HAT cases peaked in 1930 at 33,562. They declined gradually to about 1000 cases in 1959. The civil war that erupted after Zaire's independence in 1960 crippled the public health system. During 1960-1967, no active case finding was conducted and(More)
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