Rift Valley fever (RVF) is an emerging, zoonotic, arboviral hemorrhagic fever threatening livestock and humans mainly in Africa. RVF is of global concern, having expanded its geographical range over the last decades.
Development of a patient rated scale for mental health global state for use during humanitarian interventions.
OBJECTIVE: We present the results of a cross-cultural validation of the Mental Health Global State (MHGS) scale for adults and adolescents (<14 years old).
Successes and gaps in the HIV cascade of care of a high HIV prevalence setting in Zimbabwe: a population-based survey.
INTRODUCTION: Gutu, a rural district in Zimbabwe, has been implementing comprehensive HIV care with the support of Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) since 2011, decentralizing testing and treatment services to all rural healthcare facilit
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Measles is a major cause of child mortality in sub-Saharan Africa. Current immunization strategies achieve low coverage in areas where transmission drivers differ substantially from those in high-income countries.
Identify factors that influence the return of donors to increase their loyalty while improving blood safety is crucial in our context.
Culture Conversion in Patients Treated with Bedaquiline and/or Delamanid: A Prospective Multi-country Study.
Background Bedaquiline and delamanid offer the possibility of more effective and less toxic multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB) treatment. With this treatment, however, some patients, remain at high risk for an unfavorable treatment outcome.
Magnitude of screening for gestational diabetes mellitus in an urban setting in Tanzania; a cross-sectional analytic study.
BACKGROUND: Medical screening detects risk factors for disease or presence of disease in otherwise well persons in order to intervene early and reduce morbidity and mortality.
Prevalence, associated factors and clinical features of congenital syphilis among newborns in Mbarara hospital, Uganda.
BACKGROUND: While congenital syphilis is a significant public health problem that can cause severe disabilities, little is known about the situation in Uganda.