Amathematical model for cholera transmission dynamics in Rubaga, Uganda

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Kampala International University.College Of Education
This research work, Mathematical Model for Cholera Transmission Dynamics in Rubaga Kampala District of Uganda, SBIR model was developed and analyzed. The model consists of five non liner ordinary differential equations. The effective reproductive number, (the number of secondary infections when a single infective individual is introduced into a population where a proportion is protected) was obtained. Further the disease free and endemic equilibrium where obtained and analyzed for stability. Numerical simulation of the various state variables where obtained using mattab software. And it shows that the vaccination is capable of reducing the number of susceptible when the coverage is high.
A research report submitted to the faculty of education open and distance e- learning in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the award of a Bachelor of Science with Education of Kampala International University.
Mathematical model, Cholera transmission, Rubaga