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Volume 13, Number 10—October 2007
THEME ISSUE
Global Poverty and Human Development

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Schistosoma hematobium and S. mansoni among Children, Southern Sudan

Roberto Deganello*1, Mario Cruciani†Comments to Author , Claudio Beltramello, Otine Duncan*, Vincent Oyugi§, and Antonio Montresor
Author affiliations: *World Health Organization Headquarters for Southern Sudan, Nairobi, Kenya; †Center of Preventive Medicine and HIV Outpatient Clinic, Verona, Italy; ‡Ospedale di Treviso, Treviso, Italy; §Comitato di Coordinamento delle Organizzazioni per il Servizio Volontario, Southern Sudan, Geneva, Switzerland; and ¶World Health Organization, Hanoi, Vietnam;

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Location of the study areas in Southern Sudan: A) Western Upper Nile; B) West Equatoria Region, Mundri County (source: Centre for Development and Environment, University of Berne, Switzerland; available from www.cde.unibe.ch/sudan/maps), with an inset of the whole country (source: World Health Organization; available from www.emro.who.int/sudan/media/pdf/sud-states-2006.pdf).

Figure. Location of the study areas in Southern Sudan: A) Western Upper Nile; B) West Equatoria Region, Mundri County (source: Centre for Development and Environment, University of Berne, Switzerland; available from www.cde.unibe.ch/sudan/maps), with an inset of the whole country (source: World Health Organization; available from www.emro.who.int/sudan/media/pdf/sud-states-2006.pdf).

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1Current affiliation: University of Verona, Verona, Italy

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