The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued a statement stating that the nations of Benin, Rwanda, and Uganda are making substantial headway against Human African Trypanosomiasis (HAT), which is commonly known as “sleeping sickness” (World Health Organization).

Tsetse flies are the vectors for the transmission of tsetse disease, which is a tropical illness that can be lethal. People living in East, Central, and West Africa have been struggling with this sickness for a very long time, and there are now two separate strains of this illness that are circulating in those regions.

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