Onésime Ndayishimiye

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BACKGROUND Reliable and updated maps of helminth (worm) infection distributions are essential to target control strategies to those populations in greatest need. Although many surveys have been conducted in endemic countries, the data are rarely available in a form that is accessible to policy makers and the managers of public health programmes. This is(More)
OBJECTIVE To determine spatial patterns of co-endemicity of schistosomiasis mansoni and the soil-transmitted helminths (STHs) Ascaris lumbricoides, Trichuris trichiura and hookworm in the Great Lakes region of East Africa, to help plan integrated neglected tropical disease programmes in this region. METHOD Parasitological surveys were conducted in Uganda,(More)
1 Programme National Intégré de lutte contre les Maladies Tropicales Négligées et la Cécité (PNIMTNC) Ministère de la Santé Publique et de la lutte contre le SIDA, Bujumbura, Burundi, 2 Schistosomiasis Control Initiative Imperial College, Department of Infectious Disease Epidemiology, London, United Kingdom, 3 University of Queensland, Infectious Disease(More)
PURPOSE To establish that trachoma is a public health problem in Burundi, and to provide baseline data on the prevalence of active trachoma and unclean faces prior to the commencement of trachoma elimination activities in endemic districts. METHODS For each of 11 pilot districts, eight collines (hills) (estimated population generally 1000-8000) were(More)
AbstractFollowing implementation of the national control program, a reassessment of Schistosoma mansoni prevalence was conducted in Burundi to determine the feasibility of moving toward elimination. A countrywide cluster-randomized cross-sectional study was performed in May 2014. At least 25 schools were sampled from each of five eco-epidemiological risk(More)
Soil-transmitted helminth (STH) infections are amongst the most prevalent infections in the world. Mass drug administration (MDA) programmes have become the most commonly used national interventions for endemic countries to achieve elimination. This paper aims to describe the effect of an 8-year MDA programme on the prevalence, intensity of infection and(More)
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