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Mozambique: Trachoma treatment campaign targets 900000 - Journalducameroun.com

Journalducameroun.com - English - (press release) - Mar 17, 2018
Mozambican health authorities will launch a massive campaign for the treatment of trachoma, which will benefit 903,910 people in six of the 22 districts of the central province of Zambezia, APA can report on Saturday.The head of the Department of ...

End in sight for trachoma

Daily Monitor (press release) (blog) - Mar 10, 2018
The survey revealed that in parts of Busoga like Kamuli, the TF (acute trachoma) was at 33.6 per cent and Karamoja had a prevalence of 60 per cent. By 2014, a Trachoma action plan had been developed. The disease is also spread through hankies and bed ...

Significant progress on eliminating blinding trachoma in Uganda

ReliefWeb - Mar 8, 2018
Trachoma is an excruciating yet treatable eye disease. Globally, 182 million people are at risk of going blind because of trachoma and 1.9 million people are blind or visually impaired because of it. The issue particularly affects the Commonwealth ...

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Trachoma - a devastating infectious eye disease

Trachoma is a bacterial eye disease caused by Chlamydia trachomatis. It is a Neglected Tropical Disease and is the world's leading infectious cause of blindness. It is a significant preventable...

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Trachoma - a very common infectious eye disease

MEDICINE , PSM AND EYE LECTURE ON TRACHOMA TRACHOMA causative organism – Chlamydia trachomatis. Sourse of infection – conjunctival discharge of the affected person. Mode of infection 1....