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  1. Lymphatic filariasis transmission on Mafia Islands, Tanzania: Evidence from xenomonitoring in mosquito vectors

    Plosntds.org - Science 10.07 / 05:16 plosntds.org
    by Yahya A. Derua, Susan F. Rumisha, Bernard M. Batengana, Demetrius A. Max, Grades Stanley, William N. Kisinza, Leonard E. G. Mboera Introduction Lymphatic filariasis (LF) is a chronic nematode infection transmitted by mosquitoes and in sub-Saharan Africa it is caused by Wuchereria bancrofti. The disease was targeted for global elimination by 2020 using repeated community-wide mass drug administration (MDA) distributed in endemic areas. However, recently, there has been a growing…
  2. RELEASE: Report: Tanzania Mini-grid Sector Doubles with Bold Policy Approach

    Wri.org - Science 10.06 / 17:05 wri.org
    RELEASE: Report: Tanzania Mini-grid Sector Doubles with Bold Policy Approach DAR ES SALAAM (October 4, 2017)— With more than 70 percent of Tanzania’s population lacking access to electricity, mini-grids – electrical generation and distribution systems of less than 10 megawatts (MW) – have enormous potential to electrify rural communities. By 2040, an estimated 140 million rural Africans will get electricity from mini-grids, requiring more than 100,000 mini-grids to be built. Tanzania is a…
  3. Asilia opens two new camps in Southern Tanzania

    Easier.com - Travel 10.06 / 06:07 easier.com
    This month Asilia opened their new flagship property, Jabali Ridge, in Ruaha National Park in Southern…
  4. Carnegie Fellowship Takes Sociology Professor to Tanzania, Uganda

    Dr. Florence Wakoko-Studstill, Associate Professor of Sociology at CSU, was awarded a multi-institutional Carnegie African Diaspora Fellowship that enabled her to lead a three-month seminar series in Uganda and Tanzania over the summer. The fellowship is designed to support collaboration between US and Canada-based African born scholars and Sub-Saharan African universities for the development of…