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    074381

    Organizing and managing tropical disease control programs. Case studies.

    Liese BH; Sachdeva PS; Cochrane DG

    Washington, D.C., World Bank, 1992. vi, 123 p. (World Bank Technical Paper No. 167)

    The World Bank has complied a report of 7 case studies of successful tropical disease control programs. In Brazil, the Superintendency for Public Health Campaigns plans and implements tropical disease control programs (malaria, yellow fever, schistosomiasis, dengue, plague, and Chagas disease) based on previous campaign results. China operates a large and complex schistosomiasis control program which has a different task and strategy for each of the 3 targeted regions: the plans, hills and mountains, and marshlands and lakes. Egypt manages a schistosomiasis control program which protects 18 million people in 12 governates from the disease at a cost of
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    073025
    Peer Reviewed

    India: national plan for AIDS control.

    Ramalingaswami V

    Lancet. 1992 May 9; 339(8802):1162-3.

    HIV infection was detected in India in 1986 in 6 female prostitutes. Current estimates are that 1 million people in India are HIV positive. The official number of AIDS cases to date is 112. In Bombay, Pune, and Madras, 33% of the prostitutes and 50% of the IV drug users have become HIV positive. There have been reports of HIV positive blood donors and new born infants with HIV. To complicate matters, India is currently experiencing a tuberculosis epidemic with 9 million cases and 500,000 deaths annually. India is receiving US$84 million from the World Bank over the next 5 years plus special WHO funding for a national AIDS prevention and control campaign.
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