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Sudan A Hotbed Of Exotic Diseases - CBS News
Sudan A Hotbed Of Exotic Diseases. February 3, 2004 / 3:55 PM / AP It sounds like a place stricken by a biblical plague - disease after unimaginable disease, all come to rest in one pitiful region
The Most Common Diseases in Sudan | The Borgen Project
Sudan is an East African country that has been embroiled in civil wars for several decades, leading to its split with South Sudan in 2011. The long period of instability in the country has contributed to conditions that encourage the spread of communicable diseases, which are some of the most common diseases in Sudan.
CDC Global Health - South Sudan
Nosocomial Outbreak of Crimean-Congo Hemorrhagic Fever, South Sudan Dracunculiasis (also known as Guinea Worm Disease) information about South Sudan Reproductive Health Assessment Toolkit for Conflict-Affected Women in South Sudan
Health in Sudan
Situation History of health care in Sudan. History of the medical research and providing professional medical health care in Sudan could be traced back to 1903, when The Wellcome Research Laboratory was established in Khartoum as a part of the Gordon Memorial College.
WHO SOUTHERN SUDAN HEALTH UPDATE
South Sudan. Upper Nile Region continues to be the most affected, and this shows the weak state of vaccination coverage in South Sudan. Only half of the 72 health NGOs working in SPLA/M controlled areas of South Sudan are involved in routine EPI programme. It is a high time now to strengthen the routine EPI services in order to prevent this
The Sudanese Health System: an overview
The government of Sudan has succeeded in providing free health services since the colonial period, through independence and up until the beginning of the 1990’s. However, and like most systems that were put in place during the colonial period, the health system collapsed and the health services available failed to meet the increasing demand
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It is currently restricted to small regions in South Sudan, Tanzania and Uganda. [ 2 ] [ 3 ] Prior to the South Sudan outbreaks and subsequent limited spread, the disease was first described in 1962 existing in secluded mountainous regions of Tanzania , [ 4 ] although the connection between that disease and nodding syndrome was only made recently.
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GREENIE WATCH -- by Dr. John Ray. Feb 08 archive
Against the long history of huge temperature variation in the earth's climate (ice ages etc.), the .6 of one degree average rise reported for the entire 20th century by the United Nations (a rise so small that you would not be able to detect such a difference personally without instruments) shows in fact that the 20th century was a time of exceptional temperature stability.
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Statistical research on Arabic countries shows that up to 34 percent of all marriages in Algiers are consanguine (blood related), 46 percent in Bahrain, 33 percent in Egypt, 80 percent in Nubia (southern area in Egypt), 60 percent in Iraq, 64 percent in Jordan, 64 percent in Kuwait, 42 percent in Lebanon, 48 percent in Libya, 47 percent in