The Africa Sleeping Sickness
By Gregory Pfeifer
Effects on humans
Impacts on society
People who live in the rural parts of
west,central,and east Africa our at risk of getting the parasite.300,000,500 cases have been reported and 60 million people our at risk of getting the disease and 100 people die a day.The parasite is causing 4 billion dollars a year to the lost of cattle.The cattle our the most despicable and so many die that itseffecting the farming and that affects the society financially.It is currently known in only 36 sub Saharn africa countries.
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