Turkana dogs and diseases

traditional lifestyles and health by Patricia Bifani

Publisher: Enda-Editions in Dakar

Written in English
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  • Kenya,
  • Turkana.


  • Echinococcosis -- Kenya -- Turkana.,
  • Dogs as carriers of disease -- Kenya -- Turkana.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [71]-80).

StatementPatricia Bifani.
SeriesAfrican environment., no. 146
LC ClassificationsRA644.E34 B54 1992
The Physical Object
Pagination80 p. :
Number of Pages80
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1138264M
LC Control Number94106368

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  Last week, I travelled from the capital city of Nairobi, Kenya, to Turkana County which is in the northern part of the country. Turkana is a largely pastoralist community with a population of , people. The county faces major problems, chief among them recurring droughts which has for years crippled the county’s economic development. The. Domestic Animals: History and Description of the Horse, Mule, Cattle, Sheep, Swine, Poultry and Farm Dogs, With Directions for Their Management, Breeding, Crossing, Rearing, Feeding, and Preparation for a Profitable Market; Also, Their Diseases and Remedies, Together With Full Directions for the Management of The Dairy (New York: O. Judd,

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A Turkana woman in her hut preparing food and surrounded by scavenging yellow pariah dogs. Image: CN Macpherson et al.

Dogs, zoonoses, & public health. Click to access the online book. The dogs’ feces are prized and used medicinally, cosmetically and spiritually (7). Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bifani, Patricia. Turkana dogs and diseases.

Dakar: Enda-Editions, (OCoLC) Document Type. Hydatid disease in the Turkana District of Kenya, IV. The prevalence of Echinococcus granulosus infections in dogs, and observations on the role of the dog in the lifestyle of the Turkana. Macpherson Department of Pure & Applied Biology, Books; Keep up to date.

Register to receive personalised research and resources by by: in the south of Turkana. The person:dog ratio for this area is compared to in the south. Dogs and jackals are the most likely link to humans in the life cycle of Echinococcus granulosus, human infection being caused through the ingestion of faeces from dogs and jackals which have.

Regarding the definitive host, 39% (/) of dogs in Turkana were found to have harboured adult worms of osus s.l. 29 More recently, the G1 and G6 genotypes were detected in 28 and 16 of 40 dogs tested, respectively (4 of the dogs had mixed infections).

The Turkana’s tribal customs and enduring bond with dogs ensures that hydatid disease remains in the community; research indicates that echinococcosis eggs have been found everywhere – from the topsoil inside and surrounding huts, inside water.

Hydatid disease in the Turkana district of Kenya. Annals of Tropical Medicine & Parasitology: Vol. 82, No. 4, pp. The most likely explanation for this is that dogs frequently become infected or reinfected due to the hyperendemic situation of hydatid disease in Turkana (Macpherson et al., ).

It is possible that infected dogs eliminate the worms spontaneously but maintain detectable levels of anti-protoscolex antibodies for longer periods of time. In Turkana, Kenya, a prevalence of hydatidosis of nearly 10% has been recorded among the pastoralists yet their livestock have a much lower prevalence of the disease.

The present study investigated the release from dogs and subsequent survival of Echinococcus eggs in Turkana huts, water-holes and in the semi-arid environment.

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The creation of subcounty OHCs will formalize zoonotic disease reporting and can help to combat these diseases in Turkana County. Our results highlight that animal health officials believe that joint zoonotic disease extension (ZDE) is best suited to explain the risks and prevention strategies associated with these diseases to pastoralists.

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Hydatid disease in the Turkana District of Kenya, VI. Man-dog contact and its role in the transmission and control of hydatid disease amongst the Turkana. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology (in press).

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Hydatid disease in the Turkana district of Kenya. Man:dog contact and its role in the transmission and control of hydatidosis amongst the Turkana. Watson-Jones DL(1), Macpherson CN. Author information: (1)St Catherine's College, Oxford, U.K. What diseases are the most life-threatening for dogs and cats.

Take a look at the 10 deadliest, and which ones are fatal, can be treated, or can be cured. Lake Turkana (/ t ɜːr ˈ k ɑː n ə,-ˈ k æ n-/), formerly known as Lake Rudolf, is a lake in the Kenyan Rift Valley, in northern Kenya, with its far northern end crossing into Ethiopia. It is the world's largest permanent desert lake and the world's largest alkaline volume it is the world's fourth-largest salt lake after the Caspian Sea, Issyk-Kul, and Lake Van (passing the.

And really, doctor dogs are, for the most part, using their incredible sense of smell to detect diseases. And if they're paired with a person, they bond with that person to tell them something. Watson-Jones DL, Macpherson CNL (). Hydatid disease in the Turkana district of Kenya. Man-dog contact and its role in the transmission and control of hydatidosis amongst the Turkana.

Ann. Trop. Med. Parasitol. Crossref: Yorganci K, Sayek I (). Surgical treatment of hydatid cysts of the liver in the era of percutaneous. Meningococcal disease (Yellow Book) Rabies: Recommended for the following groups: Travelers involved in outdoor and other activities that might bring them into direct contact with dogs, bats, and other mammals (such as campers, hikers, bikers, adventure travelers, and cavers).

Turkana was this year hard-hit by drought, leading to the death of animals and people. A report by the county government in April indicated that 6, camels were treated.

Anotherwere at. The Turkana’s tribal customs and enduring bond with dogs ensures that hydatid disease remains in the community; research indicates that echinococcosis eggs have been found everywhere – from the topsoil inside and surrounding huts, inside water and cooking containers, and contaminating well water (11).

Perceived impact of a vaccination campaign against CCPP carried out in July in Turkana Central and Turkana South on the incidence of diseases in goats. and dogs were the least.

Dogs are susceptible to many diseases transmitted by contact with infected dogs or wildlife. Here are the common canine diseases: Rabies — Transmitted by bites from infected animals. - The Turkana use live dogs as toilet paper. They let dogs lick them. "Hyatid disease, a plague of pastoralists".

"Since Turkana women have a much higher infection rate than men, it is interesting that they each keep a pet dog within the hut. These pets clean babies with their tongues after they defecate or vomit, as well as cleaning up the menses of the women.". The Turkana are a Nilotic people native to the Turkana County in northwest Kenya, a semi-arid climate region bordering Lake Turkana in the east, Pokot, Rendille and Samburu people to the south, Uganda to the west, and South Sudan and Ethiopia to the north.

They refer to their land as Turkan. According to the Kenyan census, Turkana number 1, or % of the Kenyan population. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.

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And the Turkana tribe's uses for poo aren't limited to initiation rites. With little wood to be found, most of the cooking is done over fires made from dried cow dung, while dog poo is used both.

The Turkana are a fascinating culture, whose roots lie not in Kenya, but among the Karamajong of Northern Uganda and South Sudan. They migrated to the lake around years ago, for reasons unknown. According to Turkana mythology, the tribe was chasing a wayward bull.

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