Concern Over High TB Prevalence in Ugandan Prisons

Prisons authorities have expressed concern over the high prevalence of tuberculosis (TB) among inmates due to overwhelming numbers. The high figures are blamed on overcrowding, poor infrastructure and limited access to treatment.

Inmates at Pece Prisons in Uganda's Gulu District (file photo).


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