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Factors associated with repeated cholera outbreaks: a case of Arua district, Uganda
Introduction and Background: Cholera has remained a global health problem despite the advent of modern medicine and mainly affects developing countries where the public health community is least prepared to handle outbreaks. ...
Factors associated with uptake of home based HIV counselling and testing by men in old Kumi district.
BACKGROUND: Voluntary HIV counselling and testing (VCT) is one of the key strategies for the prevention and control of HIV/AIDS in Uganda. However, despite the introduction of home based HIV counselling and testing (HBCT), ...
Factors associated with utilization of insecticide treated nets among pregnant women in Lyantonde district, Uganda.
INTRODUCTION: Malaria is the leading cause of mortality and morbidity in Lyantonde district, especially among children aged less than 5 years and pregnant women. Mlaria accounts for 25% of all deaths and make up to 58% ...