Theileriosis in eastern, central and southern Africa. Proceedings of a workshop
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Presents country reports on theileriosis in Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, equatorial region of Sudan, Tanzania, Zanzibar, Uganda and Zimbabwe. Discusses east coast fever immunization programmes in Kenya, Malawi, Zanzibar, and Zambia. Also includes contributed papers discussing the attitude of government to regional centres and co-operation and their role in control of tick-borne diseases & their vectors, identification of Theileria species and characterization of T.Parva stocks, tick control in relation to epidemiology of cattle theileriosis immunisation studies, costs of vaccine against East Coast Fever, the use of cypermeturin impregnated Ear-Tags as an adjunct to East Cost fever immunization, and the importance of the carrier state of Theileria parva in the epidemiology of Theileriosis and its control by immunization. Includes recommendations.