Over the course of the previous week, she had complained of worsening malaise, headaches, anorexia, and intermittent fevers. She had no significant medical history, and she did not take any medications. She was a regular smoker and drank alcohol socially, but she did not use recreational drugs.
So you live in South Sudan. Your nation exists for just less than two years, but unfortunately has been the scene of rivalry and outspoken conflict. You, together with hundreds of thousands fellow countrymen have had to flee. You have arrived in Ethiopia, after a difficult journey partly by foot and partly by boat. You have arrived in Ethiopia, you are safe.
Ethiopia has arranged for refugee camps sites to be set up to accommodate many of you. Unfortunately, the area is seasonally affected by malaria. And although you are very familiar with the dark side of malaria, it is the least of worries to you now. You have to get registered; you need to get food, cooking materials, and accommodation. Accommodation is a big word for the variety of tents, tukuls, plastic sheeting and other forms of shelter you see. But you collect what you can, and you get a net...
Malaria Journal 2013, 12 :374 (27 October 2013)
The prospects for effective malaria control and elimination are huge in South Sudan.
Malaria Journal 2013, 12 :369 (25 October 2013)
The potential of integrating vector-borne disease control is enormous in South Sudan.