TWENDE – Tuberculosis: Working to Empower Nations’ Diagnostic Efforts – has received ethical approval from the University of St. Andrews. On 10th May 2016, acting on behalf of the University’s Teaching and Research Ethics Committee (UTREC) the University’s School of Medicine Ethics Committee granted ethical approval for TWENDE.
This analysis is authored by Norah Owaraga, the Managing Director of CPAR Uganda Ltd and the Social Scientist for the Tuberculosis: Empowering the Nations’ Diagnostics Efforts (TWENDE) Consortium. This analysis is primarily based on the country profiles that are published in the 2015 Global Tuberculosis Report and on country statistics that are published online by the World Bank.
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