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Community participation in onchocerciasis control in Kabarole District, western Uganda

Patience B. Rwamigisa

Community participation in onchocerciasis control in Kabarole District, western Uganda

by Patience B. Rwamigisa

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Published by s.n. in [Addis Ababa? .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Uganda,
  • Kabarole district.
    • Subjects:
    • Onchocerciasis -- Uganda -- Kabarole district.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementby Patience B. Rwamigisa.
      ContributionsOrganization for Social Science Research in Eastern and Southern Africa.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsRA644.O53 R93 1997
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 74 leaves :
      Number of Pages74
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL145637M
      LC Control Number99892061

      We are an NGO Taking care of single parents and their children, orphans and neglected (CARE FOR SINGLE PARENTS). We are based in Kabarole District Western Uganda. We help paying school fees, providing uniforms and other scholastic materials. We also help those who are affected and infected by HIV/AIDS Any help given to us will be highly. Members of the community were integrated as assistants in the distribution of the drugs and community participation was gradually enhanced over the first year of the programme. A cost-sharing system for the financing of the community assistants was introduced and a self-help committee of epilepsy patients and their families was founded.

      Supporting HIV epidemic control efforts: As one of 13 PEPFAR countries selected for the Accelerating HIV/AIDS Epidemic Control () Strategy, CDC supports Uganda’s efforts to find more persons living with HIV by testing those most at risk; expanding Antiretroviral treatment (ART) offer to all HIV-positive Ugandans immediately upon. - In in Uganda, a picture book open on her lap, a girl, Agnes Komwaka, speaks in class at a UNICEF-assisted COPE school in the village of Rwengwe, approximately 35 miles from the south-western town of Bushenyi.

      The Role of Local Government and Community Structures in Community Led Total Sanitation (CLTS) Monitoring Authors Namwebe Mary1. Abstract The abstract presents the experience of Plan Uganda in monitoring for Open Defecation Free (ODF) and sustainability through empowering the local government (LG) and community structures.   The success of the network, from community to national level, established through the onchocerciasis programme in the s, was a factor which led to Uganda becoming one of the first countries to develop an integrated package for the control of Neglected Tropical Diseases.


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Community participation in onchocerciasis control in Kabarole District, western Uganda by Patience B. Rwamigisa Download PDF EPUB FB2

Ivermectin mass distribution for the control of onchocerciasis in Uganda began in This report describes a community based ivermectin distribution programme covering two foci in the Kabarole. Active community participation has a vital contribution to make towards reducing the magnitude of preventable blindness caused by the five major causes of blindness particularly identified in the Global Initiative – cataract, trachoma, onchocerciasis, childhood blindness (especially due to vitamin A deficiency) and refractive errors and low by: 9.

For example, community volunteers involved in the onchocerciasis control programme in Kabarole district, Uganda, combined the distribution of drugs to control onchocerciasis with the retail of condoms which became an effective income-generating activity (35). Katabarwa MN, Habomugisha P, Agunyo S.

Involvement and performance of women in community-directed treatment with ivermectin for onchocerciasis control in Rukungiri District, Uganda. Health Soc Care Community. ;10(5)– Article PubMed Google ScholarCited by:   Acta Troy. 61,I44 18 Hougard, J.M. et al. () Criteria for the selection of larvi- rides by the Onchocerciasis Control Programme in West Africa.

Ann. Troy. Med. Parasi Onchocerca volvulus by Simulium neavei in western Uganda. by: In order to identify the factors influencing compliance with mass ivermectin treatment for onchocerciasis control, a cross-sectional study was carried out in Bushenyi District, Uganda.

Active community participation has a vital contribution to make towards reducing the magnitude of preventable blindness caused by the five major causes of blindness particularly identified in the Global Initiative – cataract, trachoma, onchocerciasis, childhood blindness (especially due to vitamin A deficiency) and refractive errors and low vision.

The year marks the 25th anniversary of the donation of ivermectin to fight onchocerciasis and the projected date for elimination of transmission of the disease in the Americas. This review looks at the history of onchocerciasis, from its discovery through toby which time it is projected that the disease will have been eliminated as a public health problem, except in a handful of.

The Onchocerciasis Control Programme (OCP) in West Africa was launched to undertake vector control in seven countries, with the objective of eliminating onchocerciasis as a public health problem and to mitigate its negative impact on the.

Chagas disease, leishmaniasis, onchocerciasis and lymphatic filariasis are all vectorborne neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) that are responsible for significant disease burden in impoverished children and adults worldwide.

As vectorborne parasitic diseases, they can all be targeted for elimination through vector control strategies. Examples of successful vector control programmes for these. Sponsor a Book; Recent Community Edits; Developer Center; Community participation in onchocerciasis control in Kabarole District Patience B.

Rwamigisa Bado, 1 book J. Romeo de León, 1 book Zaire River Expedition ()., 1 book International Symposium on Research and Control of Onchocerciasis in the Western Hemisphere Washington. Local Community Participation in Restoration of Watersheds in Uganda.

Akello 1, N. Turyahabwe 1, H. Sseguya 2, P. Okullo 3 and J.G. Agea 1. 1 Department of Extension and Innovation Studies, College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Makerere, University, P. BoxKampala- Uganda. 2 International Institute of Tropical Agriculture, Regional Hub for Eastern Africa, P.O.

Box. and projects at all levels (MGLSD Uganda,p). However, it was observed that there was little action visible on the ground in the district to testify to the implementation of the policy.

This study set out to identify the needs and problems of the youth in Kabarole district, the services offered to. 1. Introduction. Globally, local community participation in watershed restoration is a widely accepted phenomenon.

This emanates from the relationships between nature, people and cult 25, According to Devi 8, the low level of community participation in Odisha watershed of India was due to economic and socio-cultural created opportunities for the rich and educated.

Onchocerciasis. Onchocerciasis, a vector-borne infection caused by the parasite Onchocerca volvulus, was highly endemic in many parts of Africa before control ion with the parasite can lead to severe skin disease, persistent itching progressing to visual impairment and blindness in early adulthood when people should be at their most productive.

The article explores how religious actors have increasingly shaped the nature of antiretroviral treatment (ART) services in Kabarole district, western Uganda. As have the regular health services, Christian donors, non-governmental organisations (NGOs), and churches in the district have also stepped up to provide money for antiretroviral drugs and care for people living with HIV.

between Uganda and DRC in onchocerciasis elimination efforts from to The two Ugandan onchocerciasis foci of interest close to the Uganda-DRC borders are Lhubiriha in western Uganda and Nyagak-Bondo in north-western Uganda.

While on the DRC side the areas adjacent to these foci include Beni district (adjacent to Lhubiriha focus) and. West Nile is situated in the north-west corner of Uganda, with the Nile-Congo watershed, between 4, and 5, feet, forming its western and southern borders, and the Albert Nile its eastern border.

It is an ideal habitat for Simulium neavei. Stained skin-snip smears were prepared as described by NELSON [this Bulletin,v. 53, ]. Kasese District is located in Western Uganda bordering the districts of Kabarole, Bundibugyo, Kamwenge, Rubirizi and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

In the – financial year, Kasese District with assistance of BTC embarked on the preparation for the implementation of the Kasese District Poverty Reduction Programme (KDPRP) as part of. Siamwiza R () Community Participation and Self Help: The Zambian Case in Vijayan K Pillai & Lyle W Shannon () Developing Areas: A Book of Readings and Research, Oxford, Berg Publishers Limited.

Uganda Water Statute (, Kampala, Uganda Government. Uganda National Water PolicyKampala, Uganda. Government. At the outset this method of community participation met with some resistance from members of the Mectizan Expert Committee (MEC), the advisory committee on the was ‘a widespread problem in Western Uganda’, citing particularly Kabarole, Kasese, Bushenyi, Hoima and financing the control of onchocerciasis in Uganda, while Sightsavers.Impact in Uganda InCDC-Uganda supported ART for more thanpeople and care for nearlyInCDC-Uganda support of PMTCT transmission services allowed more thanpregnant women to be counseled and tested and receive HIV results.

Of these pregnant women, more t were started on ART. ,Authors: Katabarwa, M.N., Habomugisha, P., Ndyomugyenyi, R., and Agunyo, S. Published in Annals of A study of knowledge, attitudes and practice was carried out in the Rukungiri district of Uganda, in order to investigate the involvement of women in community-directed treatment with ivermectin (CDTI), for the control of onchocerciasis.

The data.