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Abu Hamad River Blindness Success

Created on 14 December 2014
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The Republic of Sudan has won a long-fought battle against river blindness in Abu Hamad, the most isolated focus area in the world. That the government, with help from The Carter Center and partners, has stopped transmission of this debilitating disease in a remote community of more than 100,000 is an inspiring health success for Sudan, for Africa, and for the world.

More info: http://www.cartercenter.org/video/
Produced by: The Carter Center
Year: 2012
Language: English
Region: Sudan



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