Human African trypanosomiasis

Mapping the risk of human African trypanosomiasis

Based on information on the HAT reported cases and the geographic distribution of human population, spatially explicit estimates of population at risk have been calculated and classified in five categories of risk, ranging from “very high” to “very low”. Approximately 70 million people are estimated to be at different levels of risk of contracting HAT in Africa.

Instructions

Click on the country you are interested to go to the map of the country showing the areas and the population at risk of HAT. Click on the name of the focus you are interested to get the zoomed map of risk of HAT.

Data of the Atlas of human African trypanosomiasis can be requested to: Pere P. Simarro (simarrop@who.int) or Jose Ramon Franco (francoj@who.int)

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Disclaimer:

All reasonable precautions have been taken to verify the information contained in this publication. In no event shall the World Health Organization be liable for damages arising from its use.

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