Helminths are an important cause of worm infestation in low-income countries. The majority spread with soil to skin contact. In unusual patients presenting below 1 year, treatment can be challenging.
BACKGROUND: Malaria transmission is highly seasonal in Niger.
Two-fold increase in the HIV viral load suppression rate along with decreased incidence over six years in Ndhiwa sub-county, Kenya.
BACKGROUND: HIV-positive individuals who maintain an undetectable viral load cannot transmit the virus to others.
Conceptualizing factors impacting nutrition services coverage of treatment for acute malnutrition in children - an application of the in Niger.
OBJECTIVE: The Three Delays Model is a conceptual model traditionally used to understand contributing factors of maternal mortality.
Evaluating newly approved drugs for multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (endTB): study protocol for an adaptive, multi-country randomized controlled trial.
BACKGROUND: Treatment of multidrug- and rifampin-resistant tuberculosis (MDR/RR-TB) is expensive, labour-intensive, and associated with substantial adverse events and poor outcomes.
Exploring the relationships between wasting and stunting among a cohort of children under two years of age in Niger.
BACKGROUND: Wasting and stunting, physical growth manifestations of child undernutrition, have historically been considered separately with distinct interventions at the program, policy, and financing levels despite similar risk factor
In 2014, the Emergency Nutrition Network published a report on the relationship between wasting and stunting.