Quarterly Dose - May 2010

Review past articles from the Quarterly Dose.

Letter from the Director: May 2010

May 2, 2010 by Kim Koporc

Kim Koporc, Director of Children Without WormsThis edition of the Quarterly Dose focuses on applying WASHED Framework for STH Control, and includes articles on work in Cameroon by Zerca y Lejos, efforts by the Public Health and Environment (PHE) program of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) in Cameroon, and an overview of the WASHED framework.

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Plan for Reductions in STH Infection Prevalence

May 1, 2010 by CWW Staff

A School Girl Gets Clean Drinking WaterChildren Without Worms (CWW) developed a framework called WASHED that takes a more comprehensive approach to reducing STH infection by breaking the cycle of re-infection. Learn more about the WASHED framework and how this approach so effectively breaks the cycle of STH infection.

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Zerca y Lejos in Cameroon

May 1, 2010 by CWW Staff

Maria RebolloMaria Rebollo founded the NGO Zerca y Lejos in 2001 to improve the health of Cameroon's Bulu and Baka communities. At the time she was only 21 years old. Learn how this non-governmental organization is accomplishing this goal by delivering essential health services and helping these communities incorporate WASHED components.

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Progress Implementing the WASHED Framework in the Lobéké Region of Cameroon

May 1, 2010 by CWW Staff

Cameroon School Children with Hygiene Education PostersThe Public Health and Environment (PHE) Program of the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) recently added WASHED activities to their traditional wildlife and habitat conservation efforts in the richly biodiverse Jengi region of Cameroon. This work is supported by a grant from Johnson & Johnson.

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