Kala-azar Epidemiology and Control, Southern Sudan
Jan H. Kolaczinski*†
, Andrew Hope‡, Jose Antonio Ruiz§, John Rumunu¶, Michaleen Richer§, and Jill Seaman#
Author affiliations: *Malaria Consortium, Kampala, Uganda; †London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, London, UK; ‡Malaria Consortium, Southern Sudan Office, Juba, Sudan; §World Health Organization, Juba, Sudan; ¶Ministry of Health, Government of Southern Sudan, Juba, Sudan; #International Medical Relief Fund, Watsonville, California, USA
Figure 2. Total annual number of kala-azar cases in Southern Sudan reported to the World Health Organization, 1989–2006.
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