USAID Publishes New Issue Of ‘FrontLines’

USAID: FrontLines
The November/December issue of USAID’s FrontLines features articles on various topics, including the Himalayan Cataract Project, which “has treated millions of patients to restore their sight, quickly and affordably, eliminating nearly all treatable blindness in Nepal,” and a Nepalese program that uses DNA analysis to protect wildlife and prevent disease spread, to humans and animals (November/December 2016).

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