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Title: WHO Sri Lanka Annual Report 2015 Stronger partnership, healtheir results
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: World Health Organization, Country Office for Sri Lanka
Place of publication: Colombo
Language: English
Description: Sri Lanka has achieved tremendous success in addressing communicable diseases. Many diseases, especially vaccine preventable diseases and some of the neglected tropical diseases are either eliminated or near elimination. Poliomyelitis was eradicated in 1993, while leprosy is no longer a public health problem since 1995. The last indigenous case of malaria was reported in 2012. Sri Lanka achieved elimination status for lymphatic filariasis at national and district levels in 2015. The country continues to remain in low prevalence status for HIV/AIDS.
Keywords: Health Systems
Subject: Communicable Diseases
Maternal Health Services
Mental Health
Risk Factors
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URI: http://www.who.int/iris/handle/10665/255139
Appears in Collections:WCO Sri Lanka



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