Eliminating Plan and Challenges

  • Yifeng Li
  • Shangbiao Lyu
Part of the Parasitology Research Monographs book series (Parasitology Res. Monogr., volume 11)


In this chapter, the obligatory needs for an effective control are described as well as the difficulties and challenges that have to be taken into consideration to keep the region mostly free of schistosomiasis.


Future tactics of prevention and action 

Further Reading

  1. Guo JG, Xu X, Zhu R et al (2013) Overcoming the global impact of neglected tropical diseases and challenges. Chin J Schistosomiasis Control 25:121–124Google Scholar
  2. Jiangxi Provincial People’s Government. “13th Five-Year” plan for schistosomiasis control in Jiangxi Province. Accessed 23 Apr 2018
  3. Li YS, Cai K et al (2004) Trends and challenges of schistosomiasis in China. Chin J Epidemiol 25:553–554Google Scholar
  4. Liang XY, WN, Yuan XB et al (2008) Problems and strategies of comprehensive measures with controlling infection sources as predominance for schistosomiasis control. Chin J Schistosomiasis Control 20:313–314Google Scholar
  5. Lei ZL, Zhou X et al (2015) Eradication of schistosomiasis: a new target and a new task for the National Schistosomiasis Control Program in the People’s Republic of China. Chin J Schistosomiasis Control 27:1–4Google Scholar
  6. People’s Republic of China National Health and Health Committee. National schistosomiasis control plan in 13th Five-Year. Accessed 23 Apr 2018
  7. Zheng J (2003) Schistosomiasis control and its prospect in China. Chin J Schistosomiasis Control 15:1–2Google Scholar
  8. Zhou XN (2016) Implementation of precision control to achieve the goal of schistosomiasis elimination in China. Chin J Schistosomiasis Control 28:1–4Google Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Yifeng Li
    • 1
  • Shangbiao Lyu
    • 1
  1. 1.Jiangxi Provincial Institute of Parasitic DiseasesNanchangP. R. China

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