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Bolivia

According to official data from 2015, only 11% of diagnosed cases in adults were able to start treatment and 63% of confirmed cases in babies did not have access to timely treatment.

In 2006, Law 3.374 declared Chagas disease a national priority. However, challenges and barriers remain to implement comprehensive control, prevention and treatment actions.

Both governmental and civil entities work towards the prevention and control of Chagas disease in Bolivia, which represents one of the most complex scenarios in Latin America.

CUIDA Chagas aims to work in 12 municipalities in four Bolivian departments: La Paz, Santa Cruz, Chuquisaca and Tarija. The main interventions will be implemented in primary health care services and communities.

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CUIDA Chagas in Bolivia

10

Municipalities

125

Health centers

21

Maternity wards

11

Laboratories

88.300

Expected number of people to be evaluated until 2025

6.390

Expected number of people to be treated until 2025

Instituto Nacional de Laboratorios de Salud (INLASA)
Pasaje Rafael Zubieta, 1889 (Lado Estado Mayor del ejército), Zona Miraflores, La Paz, Bolivia.
+591 22226670 – bolivia@cuidachagas.org