Understanding disease distribution for Universal Health Coverage programming

05 Mar 2019
15:45 - 17:15

Understanding disease distribution for Universal Health Coverage programming

Lightning Oral Session 3

Chair: Prof. Kato Njunwa, UoR
Co-Chair: Abenet Berhanu, Uganda
Rapporteur: Seraphina Mukuwa – TZ; Sintayehu Abebe – ET


Abstract No. Title Presenter/


TUABLO32 Community awareness and knowledge of sexual and reproductive health rights: a comparison from baseline and end-line surveys data from Meatu District, Tanzania (81) Nyerere Jackson

Amref Health Africa, Tanzania

TUABLO33 Gestational diabetes mellitus in the global HIV-infected pregnant women: a systematic review and meta-analysis (90) Belete Biadgo Mesfine

University of Gondar, Ethiopia

TUABLO34 Knowledge and acceptability of HPV vaccine among adolescent school girls, Kinondoni district, August 2018 (193)


Benson Bryceson Mringo

Hubert Kairuki Memorial University, Tanzania



Sero epidemiology of Hepatitis B and C Viruses in the General Population of Burkina Faso (217) Tao Issoufou

Labiogene/ University of Oaugadougou, Burkina Faso



Clinical characteristics of onchocerciasis-associated epilepsy in South Sudan (304)


Gasim Abd-Elfarag

University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands



Wetlands pollution and potential for schistosomiasis transmission in Nyabugogo wetland (390) Ngendahayo Emmanuel

University of Rwanda



Quality of care rendered to hypertension and diabetes mellitus patients within selected public hospitals in Ethiopia: A base line survey, April 2016 (588) Mussie Gebremichael

Federal Ministry of Health, Ethiopia



New strategies for controlling Soil-transmitted-helminthiases and Schistosomiasis in endemic areas: Integrating control programs in primary health facilities (525) Arancha Amor Aramendia

Mundo Sano Foundation, Spain




Aetiological factors of Nodding syndrome: a systematic review (305)


Gasim Abd-Elfarag

University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands



Integrated models of care for diabetes and hypertension in LMICs: Systematic review and Meta-analysis (754) Jeannine Uwimana Nicol

Stellenbosch University, South Africa



Mental health outcomes among children and youth experienced violence in Rwanda (764) Jean Damascene Iyamuremye

Rwanda Biomedical Center, Rwanda



Community dialogue as precursor for improving access to maternal, new born and child health services: Sanyu Lyamuzadde project experience in central Uganda (448) James Teba,

Amref Health Africa, Uganda


TUABLO44 Contribution of community health volunteers in referral of tuberculosis patients in Kenya: A Validation (531) Titus Kiptai

Amref Health Africa, Kenya

TUABLO45 Implementation of national health workforce accounts to strengthen countries capacity on human resources for health. (693) Khassoum Diallo

World Health Organisation, Switzerland

TUABLO46 Community health volunteers as champions for LAPM; case of Afya Uzazi, Baringo county – Kenya (472) Beatrice Akinyi

KMET, Kenya