Cameroon

An estimated 46,000 people in Cameroon had TB in 2020. But roughly half were not diagnosed and notified as only 18% of health facilities offer TB services through unreliable tests for diagnosis. To evaluate [...]

Uganda – Rural

In Uganda, an estimated 90,000 people fell sick with TB in 2020. Globally, Uganda is one of the countries that have a high burden of TB. To accelerate case detection and further save the [...]

Pakistan – Prison

During a systematic screening in a prison setting in Karachi, Quetta, and Peshawar - Pakistan, 20,557 inmates were screened using CAD4TB with portable X-ray.  1,964 (10%) of them were identified as presumptive TB with [...]

Nigeria – Prison

To tackle an outbreak of TB in Kano Central Correctional Center, KNVC Nigeria deployed OneStop TB Mobile Clinic (WoW: Wellness on Wheels) equipped with digital X-ray, CAD4TB, and GeneXpert to screen 2,000 inmates. Compared to the [...]

Zambia

PATH intensified its TB case finding mission by using Delft's OneStop Mobile Clinic in the highest TB burden province of Zambia: Copperbelt.  The OneStop Mobile Clinic was deployed to screen 30 TB hotspots across Copperbelt [...]

Uganda

As a quarter of TB cases are estimated to be missed in 2020, the National Tuberculosis and Leprosy Program of Uganda, used Delft Light with CAD4TB for a TB case finding at health facilities [...]

Nigeria – ACF

Using the Delft Light, KNCV Nigeria implemented Community-Based TB Active Case Finding in the hard-to-reach Delta Region. Within four months, 6,232 adults and children ages 4+ were enrolled. Delft Light & CAD4TB screened 6,218 [...]

Nigeria

In February 2021, we successfully completed the last phase of the Lagos State Ministry of Health project which began in December 2020. Altogether 21 digital x-ray installations, including 3 mobile screening vans, 8 semi-mobile containerized x-ray systems and 10 room installations were made.

Thailand

Delft Imaging installed 5 Delft Lights with CAD4TB and CAD4COVID which they use for screening migrants at the border and prisons. With the financial support of the Global Fund, SMRU is managing a tuberculosis screening program in the migrant population from Myanmar.

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