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Posted on: 18 January 2013 | Photo of the Week
A doctor checks the lungs of a child suspected of having tuberculosis. TB is considered a public health emergency in Somalia, where the Global Fund invests in programs that aim to improve diagnosis rates and to reduce overall TB burden. Since these programs started more than 50000 people were successfully treated in the country.
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