Reaching semi-nomadic groups using a test and treat (with doxycycline) strategy in a challenging onchocerciasis focus in West Region of Cameroon

  • Is mobile outreach with a doxycycline test and treat strategy (TTd) an effective strategy in reducing onchocerciasis prevalence and intensity of infection amongst hard-to-reach nomadic groups in Massangam health area (HA)?
  • What is the variation in prevalence of onchocerciasis and intensity of infection (community microfilaria load (CML)) in the different age and sex groups of hard-to-reach nomad community in the Massangam HA?
  • What was the coverage of ivermectin mass drug administration in the nomad population with respect to the last round of ivermectin MDA?
  • What is the cost of the mobile outreach strategy in this context, per person screened and treated?

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Sample size: 700
Implementation partner(s): CRFilMT | MOH-Cameroon
WHO Region: AFRO

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