All samples were frozen individually for further virus detection.Total RNA was extracted from individual insects and RVF virus was detected from , 2007 to asses the situation of the disease in affected states.The children attend school in Juba and return to the shelter to sleep, eat and socialise.Stacey, the daughter of an absent father and alcoholic mother moved from her hometown of Terekeka to the capital with her mother and sisters when she was about eight years old.The most affected human age interval was 15-29 years old followed by ≥ 45 years old, 30-44 years old, and then 5-14 years old.Regarding to the profession, housewives followed by farmers, students, shepherd, workers and the free were more vulnerable to the infection.Furthermore, a historical background of the RVF outbreaks was discussed in relation to global climatic anomalies and incriminated vector species.complex was the most abundant species (91.2%) in Khartoum state.
This article is a collaboration with Pro Publica On the morning of June 6, 2013, Davis Police Department squad cars rolled up to the group home at 2100 Fifth Street. There were reports of fights, drug use, children having sex with adults.
They didn’t intervene when a 9-year-old girl, new to the home, wound up half naked on the doorstep of a house in Davis and was later detoxed in a hospital emergency room.
JUBA (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Sixteen-year-old Stacey narrowly escaped what could have been a life of poverty and prostitution on the streets of South Sudan's capital Juba when she was taken into a shelter and offered safety and schooling.
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"Life in the village was dangerous and my mother and father were not good because he had two (more) wives," said Stacey, who did not want to give her full name. "It was worse, because there are many boys and men who like to do bad things to girls, we were not safe," said Stacey, who recalls fending off an intruder who broke into her home and tried to rape her sister as she slept.