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Municipal burial permits recorded 60 (74%) cholera deaths in the community.
These results motivated follow-up interviews with decedents’ family members to identify characteristics associated with an increased risk for death from cholera in January 2016.
By October 2015, MOHCDGEC collaborated with partner organizations, including Médecins Sans Frontières, Tanzania Red Cross National Society, United Nations Children’s Emergency Fund, World Health Organization, and CDC, to enhance cholera response activities.
To strengthen cholera surveillance, MOHCDGEC disseminated standardized cholera case definitions, developed reporting tools and communication strategies, produced daily situation reports, and distributed weekly summary reports to national and regional levels.
cholerae; all specimens were serogroup O1, biotype El tor, serotype Ogawa.
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) testing revealed sensitivity to cotrimoxazole, ceftriaxone, tetracycline, ciprofloxacin, and chloramphenicol, and resistance to nalidixic acid and ampicillin.
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Zanzibar adopted a new strategic plan for 2013–2018, focused on malaria pre-elimination.
Eleni Aklillu (KI, Sweden) Starting date: 1 March 2018 Duration: 60 months Total project value: EUR 6,000,000 EDCTP grant amount: EUR 3,000,000 Co-funding from: Pharmacy and Poisons Board (Kenya), Karolinska Institutet (Sweden), Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (Sweden), Muhimbili University of Health & Allied Sciences (Tanzania), Tanzania Food and Drugs Authority (Tanzania).
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In Tanzania malaria is considered a major public health problem with the entire population at risk of infection.
On the Tanzanian Mainland, more than 26 percent of all outpatient visits are attributable to malaria, resulting in an estimated 7.7 million confirmed and clinical malaria cases annually.