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Leishmaniases and trypanosomiases are parasitic diseases which kill several thousands of people per year, mainly in developing countries.
December 2004The mechanisms that govern the relation between personal mobility and transmission of the Aids virus (HIV) are still poorly known.
The noctuid lepidopteran Spodoptera littoralis, or Egyptian Cotton Leafworm, is the main insect pest that threatens cotton plantations in Egypt.
HIV infection in the Ivory Coast is hitting 690 000 adults and 80 000 children under 15, figures that make the country the most severely affected in West Africa.
Agriculture generates nearly 35% of all greenhouse gas emissions.