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Tuberculosis (TB) claims more lives each year than any other infectious disease – a global total of 1.4 million deaths. India accounts for one-third of these, along with 2.7 million new cases each year. The disease afflicts both rural and urban areas, but crowded mega-cities are major sources of new infection.

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Published April 30th, 2018

Rotavirus is the most common cause of diarrheal disease among children. In fact, nearly every child who is not vaccinated will experience rotavirus at some point by age five. For children in countries without access to vaccinations and treatment, rotavirus can be fatal.

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Published April 26th, 2018

Aziz Sheshe is the Regional Vaccine and Immunization Officer for Tanzania’s Arusha region. He has been working with the government’s immunization program for the past 15 years. Aziz oversees immunization services at more than 300 health facilities across the region, with almost 260,000 children falling under his jurisdiction. His commitment to and eagerness on the job led Aziz to be among the first of his colleagues to use a new immunization e- learning platform when it was launched and today, he is an advocate for the tool, training others on the platform.

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Published April 25th, 2018

Namibia has made remarkable headway in its push against malaria – between 2005 and 2015, reported incidence of malaria in the country dropped by 97 percent. It is well positioned to become one of the first countries in Africa to eliminate the disease. But key to achieving – and sustaining – that goal is reaching last mile communities with sustainable prevention measures to stop malaria’s spread.

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Published April 24th, 2018

There is a major global equity gap in cervical cancer prevention. Approximately 266,000 cervical cancer deaths and 528,000 new cases occur each year, making it the fourth most common cancer among women worldwide. Nearly 90 percent of the global deaths from cervical cancer occur in low- and middle-income regions and 80 percent of women in these countries do not have access to cervical cancer screening –by the time they are diagnosed, the cancer has spread.

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Published April 18th, 2018

Each year, 72,000 people die of cancer in Nigeria, with another 102,000 cases diagnosed. Lack of access to diagnosis and treatment, sparse public awareness, and an inadequate number of qualified health professionals and equipped treatment centers result in a high number of deaths that are largely preventable. Two often treatable forms of cancer, breast and cervical, account for a significant number of all cases in Nigeria, but the rate of death from breast cancer is triple that of the United States.

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Published March 23rd, 2018

This World TB Day, CHAI recognizes that fighting tuberculosis in India is key to eliminating the disease worldwide. Tuberculosis is one of the biggest killers in India, with two people dying every three minutes due to TB. It is estimated that 40 percent of the Indian population has tuberculosis. In fact, in 2016, India accounted for 27 percent of new TB cases and one-third of TB deaths in HIV negative patients, globally.

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In Mathare Valley, one of Nairobi’s oldest and more impoverished slums, residents are crowded, and many lack access to basic services such as clean running water, electricity, and sanitation.

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