Corpus ID: 80121781

Prevalence Of Trachoma And Associated Factors Of Children Aged 1-9 Years In Community Led Total Sanitation And Hygiene Triggered Village And None Triggered In Girar Jarso Woreda, North Shoa, Oromia, Ethiopia.

@article{Abebe2016PrevalenceOT,
  title={Prevalence Of Trachoma And Associated Factors Of Children Aged 1-9 Years In Community Led Total Sanitation And Hygiene Triggered Village And None Triggered In Girar Jarso Woreda, North Shoa, Oromia, Ethiopia.},
  author={Thomas Ayalew Abebe},
  journal={Imperial journal of interdisciplinary research},
  year={2016},
  volume={2}
}
  • Thomas Ayalew Abebe
  • Published 1 August 2016
  • Medicine
  • Imperial journal of interdisciplinary research
Abstract Background: - Trachoma is the leading cause of infectious blindness worldwide. Problem with trachoma can be prevented through Sanitation and Hygiene improvement. This study assesses the relation between triggering villages through CLTSH and significant result on blinding trachoma. Objective: Assessment of Trachoma prevalence and associated factors among in CLTSH triggered village and non-triggered village of Girar Jarso Woreda, North Shoa, Oromia Region, Ethiopia, 2014. Methods: A c… Expand
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