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Knowledge, Attitude And Practice On Prevention And Control Of Tuberculosis Among Bilida Kebele Residents, Mana Woreda, Jimma Zone, Oromia Region, South West Ethiopia

This study revealed that awareness (KAP) of community on TB about prevention and control of tuberculosis. With regard to knowledge on TB (96.1%) of respondents reported that they heard about the disease called tuberculosis and their most source of information was radio which accounted (39.3%). Majority of (44.8%) knew that tuberculosis spread by droplets if there is contact with known TB patients cough and sneeze.


Abebe Merchew Faris, Gugsa Nemera Germossa, Desalew Tilahun Beyene

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