Frontline Health Workers Recognized For Efforts To Eradicate Guinea Worm

Devex: Frontline workers push Guinea worm disease to the brink of eradication
“…Last week, [Dr. Adamu Keana Sallau of the Carter Center’s Northern Nigeria office] was among half a dozen other frontline health workers honored for their roles in pushing Guinea worm to the brink of eradication through the inaugural Recognizing Excellence around Champions of Health, or REACH, awards. The awards were given by Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed Al Nahyan at the Reaching the Last Mile global health summit last Wednesday…” (Dickinson, 11/23).

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