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(South Sudan)
1,286 results
  • Nodding syndrome research, lessons learned from the NSETHIO project. [Review]
    Glob Ment Health (Camb) 2019; 6:e26Geelhand de Merxem D, Siewe Fodjo JN, … Colebunders R
  • CONCLUSIONS: Today there is overwhelming evidence that NS together with the Nakalanga syndrome is clinical presentations of OAE, a condition that could be prevented by strengthening onchocerciasis elimination programs. While research needs to continue to elucidate the pathophysiological mechanisms causing NS, new strategies to accelerate onchocerciasis elimination coupled with community-based surveillance and treatment programs for epilepsy are urgently needed in areas of high Onchocerca volvulus transmission.
  • The global burden of trichiasis in 2016. [Journal Article]
    PLoS Negl Trop Dis 2019; 13(11):e0007835Flueckiger RM, Courtright P, … Solomon AW
  • CONCLUSIONS: The 2016 estimate is lower than previous estimates, probably due to more and better data; scale-up of trichiasis management services; and reductions in incidence due to lower active trachoma prevalence.
  • PASCAR and WHF Cardiovascular Diseases Scorecard project. [Journal Article]
    Cardiovasc J Afr 2019 Sep/Oct; 30(5):305-310Mohamed AA, Fourie JM, … Subahi S
  • On behalf of the World Heart Federation, the Pan-African Society of Cardiology (PASCAR) co-ordinated data collection and reporting for the country-level Cardiovascular Diseases (CVD) Scorecard to be used in Africa. The objective of the scorecard is to create a clear picture of the current state of CVD prevention, control and management per country for 12 African countries. The Sudan Heart Society…
  • Community participation and private sector engagement are fundamental to achieving universal health coverage and health security in Africa: reflections from the second Africa health forum. [Journal Article]
    BMC Proc 2019; 13(Suppl 9):7Olu O, Drameh-Avognon P, … Moeti M
  • CONCLUSIONS: The Forum participants agreed that the role of community engagement and participation in the attainment of Universal Health Coverage, health security and ultimately the Sustainable Development Goals cannot be overemphasized. The public sector of Africa alone cannot achieve these three interrelated goals; other partners, such as the private sector, must be engaged. Technological innovations will be a key driver of the attainment of these goals; hence, there is need to harness the comparative advantages that they offer. Attainment of the three goals is also intertwined - achieving one paves the way for achieving the others. Thus, there is need for integrated public health approaches in the planning and implementation of interventions aimed at achieving them.
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