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Volume 13, Number 3—March 2007

Letter

Kala-azar Control, Uganda

Jan H. Kolaczinski*†Comments to Author , Dagemlidet Tesfaye Worku‡, François Chappuis§¶, Richard Reithinger†, Narcis Kabatereine#, Ambrose Onapa#, and Simon Brooker†
Author affiliations: *Malaria Consortium Africa, Kampala, Uganda; †London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, London, United Kingdom; ‡Médecins Sans Frontières, Kampala, Uganda; §Médecins Sans Frontières, Geneva, Switzerland; ¶Geneva University Hospital, Geneva, Switzerland; #Ministry of Health, Kampala, Uganda;

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A large termite mound occupies the central area of this characteristic Pokot compound. The mound provides a resting and breeding site for the sandly vector of visceral leishmaniasis. Photographer: J.H. Kolaczinski.

Figure. A large termite mound occupies the central area of this characteristic Pokot compound. The mound provides a resting and breeding site for the sandly vector of visceral leishmaniasis. Photographer: J.H. Kolaczinski.

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