Carter Center To Stop Mass Drug Administration Program In Ethiopia, Sudan Border Region After Success

Atlanta Journal-Constitution: Carter Center declares early win against river blindness in Ethiopia
“The Carter Center has won a first battle against river blindness in the border region between Ethiopia and Sudan. Dr. Frank Richards, the center’s campaign director, said it is stopping mass drug administration in a 7,500 square kilometer area of northwest Ethiopia and a bordering 22,400 square kilometer area of Sudan…” (Quinn, 1/29).

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