WHO Validates Nepal As 1st Country In SE Asia To Eliminate Trachoma As Public Health Problem

WHO: Nepal: first country in South-East Asia validated for eliminating trachoma
“The World Health Organization (WHO) has validated Nepal for having eliminated trachoma as a public health problem — a milestone, as the country becomes the first in WHO’s South-East Asia Region to defeat the world’s leading infectious cause of blindness…” (5/21).

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