What Everyone Should Know about Bilharzia: An Aid for Community Sensitisation
This flipchart was created as part of the Bilharzia Prevention Communicaton Campaign in Uganda, 2017-2018.
- What Bilharzia is
- What causes it
- How one becomes infected
- What are the signs?
- Who can get it?
- What should one be concerned about?
- How can we protect ourselves?
- How is it treated?
- Does the medication have side effects?
- How can we stop Bilharzia from spreading?
Source: Ministry of Health, Uganda
Date of Publication: March 25, 2019
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