Having considered the regional onchocerciasis control programme1 and the specific problems related to the training of medical entomologists in Africa
Regional Committee for Africa, 28. (1978). Having considered the regional onchocerciasis control programme1 and the specific problems related to the training of medical entomologists in Africa. World Health Organization. Regional Office for Africa.. http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/103249
DescriptionRegional Committee for Africa, Twenty-eighth session, eighth resolution, September 1978, 28, xvi.
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Ayant examiné le Programme régional de Lutte contre l’Onchocercose et les problèmes spécifiques liés à la formation d’entomologistes médicaux en Afrique. Comité régional de l'Afrique, 28 (AFR/RC28/R8, 1978)
Regional Committee for Africa, 57 (AFR-RC57-5, 2007)1. Africa accounts for 99% of the river blindness cases in Africa and South America. The WHO African Region has recorded unprecedented success in the control of onchocerciasis (river blindness). However, the Region risks the loss of over US$ 2.5 billion investments from endemic countries and their development partners. Countries which have maintained active control and surveillance of disease also risk the loss of significant economic development and alleviation of poverty. 2. Due to conflict, irregular budgetary allocation from national ...