Peer-reviewed articles related to APOC’s work
- Hodgkin C et al. (2007). The future of onchocerciasis control in Africa. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 1
Amazigo U et al. (2007). Performance of predicators: Evaluating sustainability in community-directed treatment projects of the African Programme for Onchocerciasis Control. Social Science & Medicine, 64: 2070–2082.
- Amazigo U & Boatin B (2006). The future of onchocerciasis control in Africa. The Lancet, 368: 1946–1947.
- Brieger W. (2006). Community Participation in Onchocerciasis: A Case Study. Johns Hopkins University
- Nuwaha F et al. (2005). Predictors of compliance with community-directed ivermectin treatment in Uganda: quantitative results. Tropical Medicine and International Health, 10(7): 659–667
- Bump J et al. (2004). West Africa: Defeating River blindness – Success in Scaling Up and Lessons Learned. A case study.
- Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology. (2002) Volume 96, Supplement 1
- Brieger W et al. (2002). Factors associated with coverage in community-directed treatment with ivermectin for onchocerciasis control in Oyo State. Tropical Medicine and International Health, 7(1): 11–18
- Brieger W et al. (1997). Gender and ethnic differences in onchocercal skin disease in Oyo State, Nigeria. Tropical Medicine and International Health, 2(6): 529–534
- Brieger W et al. (1998). Stigma associated with onchocercal skin disease among those affected near the Ofiki and Oyan rivers in western Africa. Social Science & Medicine, 47(7): 841–852
Remme J. The global burden of onchocerciasis in 1990