STATUS REPORT OF MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS IN REPUBLIC OF MALAWI, CENTRAL AFRICA (14.32’39.954’S AND 35.11’26.269’E)

  • Dr. Vaitheeswaran Thiruvengadam
  • Carolin Sheril Lecturer in Department of Social Work
  • Loyola Aumose Lecturer in Department of Social Work
  • Mike Mwale III Year Students of Department of Social Work
  • Paul Eric Mwale III Year Students of Department of Social Work
  • Charles Chazemba III Year Students of Department of Social Work
  • Marvecous Msuzi III Year Students of Department of Social Work
  • Dumilani Njolomole Dumilani Njolomole
  • Ackson Beza
  • MemoryNkhata III Year Students of Department of Social Work
  • Neema Thindwa III Year Students of Department of Social Work
  • Sybil Kaduya III Year Students of Department of Social Work
  • Faith III Year Students of Department of Social Work
  • James Nyirenda III Year Students of Department of Social Work
  • Josophine Chinyama III Year Students of Department of Social Work
  • Eneless Gama III Year Students of Department of Social Work
  • ChrisyMsisya III Year Students of Department of Social Work
  • Dhummie Kaunda III Year Students of Department of Social Work
  • Hellen Moyo III Year Students of Department of Social Work
  • Dennis Mdala III Year Students of Department of Social Work
  • Connis Chisale

Abstract

Worldwide, Tuberculosis has one of the top ten causes of death and the leading cause from a distinct infectious agent (HIV/AIDS). In 2017, MTB has been affected and it was estimated 1.2 -1.4 million (WHO, 2018). Globally MTB was estimated 10.0 million people have developed of ailments in 2017, for men 5.8 m and women 1.0 m children.

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Published
2019-08-05
How to Cite
Thiruvengadam, D. V., Carolin Sheril, Loyola Aumose, Mike Mwale, Paul Eric Mwale, Charles Chazemba, Marvecous Msuzi, Dumilani Njolomole, Ackson Beza, MemoryNkhata, Neema Thindwa, Sybil Kaduya, Faith, James Nyirenda, Josophine Chinyama, Eneless Gama, ChrisyMsisya, Dhummie Kaunda, Hellen Moyo, Dennis Mdala, & Connis Chisale. (2019). STATUS REPORT OF MYCOBACTERIUM TUBERCULOSIS IN REPUBLIC OF MALAWI, CENTRAL AFRICA (14.32’39.954’S AND 35.11’26.269’E). EPH - International Journal of Biological & Pharmaceutical Science (ISSN: 2208-2166), 5(7), 01-05. Retrieved from https://ephjournal.com/index.php/bps/article/view/1464