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Blindness in the Kawambwa district, Northern Rhodesia

C. M. Phillips

Blindness in the Kawambwa district, Northern Rhodesia

by C. M. Phillips

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Published by Rhodes-Livingston Institute in Lusaka .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medicine -- Zambia,
  • Blindness,
  • Traditional medicine

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    Other titlesAfrican medicine in the Mankoya district, Northern Rhodesia.
    Statementby C. M. Phillips. African medicine in the Mankoya district, Northern Rhodesia by S. A. Symon.
    SeriesRhodes-Livingstone communication -- no. 15.
    ContributionsSymon, S. A.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination77 p.
    Number of Pages77
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17792605M
    OCLC/WorldCa325591

    Nakonde is one of Zambia's major border post towns in the Northern Province with very high business traffic. It lies on the border with Tanzania. It is about 1,km north of Lusaka, the capital city.. There are about twenty bus coaches that travel from Lusaka and Copperbelt every day to Nakonde transporting traders who go to buy various items from clothes, building materials or pick up.   Copperbelt, formerly Western Province, province in north central Zambia, located southwest of Katanga Region in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC, formerly Zaire).The Copperbelt covers 3, sq km (1, sq mi) of the upper portion of the basin of the Kafue River on the central plateau of southern Africa, and is about to 1, m (about 3, to 5, ft) above sea level.

    Oomen JM. Xerophthalmia in northern Nigeria. Trop Geogr Med. Sep; 23 (3)– Whittle HC, Smith JS, Kogbe OI, Dossetor J, Duggan M. Severe ulcerative herpes of mouth and eye following measles. Trans R Soc Trop Med Hyg. ; 73 (1)– PHILLIPS CM. Blindness in Africans in Northern Rhodesia. Cent Afr J Med. May; – Northern Rhodesia. The Karroo system of the Western end of the Luano valley; by H. S. Gair. Lusaka (Gov. Pr.) Pp. ill. map. Northern Rhodesia. Report of the working party appointed to examine the implications of providing electrical reticulation in certain African housing areas. Lusaka (Gov. Pr.) Pp. Northern Rhodesia.

    This book brings alive the trauma of having to uproot oneself from one’s long time friends and neighbours when or shortly after Northern Rhodesia became Zambia in The cruelty was compounded by the restrictions on taking one’s honest and hard earned life savings with s: Anglo-Rhodesian Relations. Proposals For A Settlement. Presented to Parliament by the Prime Minister on 25th November, by RHODESIA] and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at


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Blindness in the Kawambwa district, Northern Rhodesia by C. M. Phillips Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Phillips, C.M. Blindness in the Kawambwa district, Northern Rhodesia. Lusaka, Rhodes-Livingston Institute, Trip report of Linda Perez to Kawambwa District, Luapula Province, Zambia, 27 September October, by Linda M Perez () Blindness in the Kawambwa district, Northern Rhodesia, (Rhodes-Livingstone communication) by C.

M Phillips (). This is a most interesting paper. Some years previously the author successfully operated upon a man with binocular cataract who later revealed that he was a practitioner of Mankoya medicine specializing in eye diseases. A certain professional intimacy developed between the two doctors with the result that when Phillips undertook this survey his former patient was extremely : C.

Phillips. This is a special clip which depicts the coronation of Brown Ngombe as Mwata Kazembe in Kazembe village in the Kawambwa district of Northern Rhodesia.

The committee for the prevention of blindness has requested the international community to establish an organisation which will provide leadership in training, implementing specific programmes including a survey of the prevalence of eye diseases and blindness.

REFERENCES 1. Phillips O. Blindness in Africans in Northern by: 1. TROPICAL PEDIATRICS Vitamin A deficiency in African children in Northern Rhodesia Bent Friis-Hansen, Dr. med.,* and Fergus S. McCullough, Ph.D, BRAZZAVILLE, NORTHERN RHODESIA, T ~t I R T Y years have passed since Bloch1, -', ~ published his famous papers, in which he showed that lack of a fat-soluble factor A (later known as vitamin A) in the diet re- suited in a serious eye disease.

From Northern Rhodesia to Zambia: Recollections of a DO/DC permission from John Hudson, MBE, of Lusaka and his publishers Bookworld to quote, in my Chapters 1, 5 and 6, from his book A Time to I had to organize emergency repairs Northern Rhodesia book the Kawambwa road with the help of the District Roads Capitao and using gangs of our current.

For a detailed discussion of the highly pessimistic view of the economic future of Northern Rhodesia taken by the Board of the British South Africa Company in the pre-war period, see Yorke, E. J., ‘A crisis of colonial control: war and authority in Northern Rhodesia, –19’ (Ph.D.

thesis, University of Cambridge, ), 7 – Dumb dc 'NORTHERN RHODESIA' below, dated 31 MAY 54 (the '1' inverted), struck on piece. This datestamp used in Chitimkulu (capital of the Paramount Chief of the Bemba tribe), apparently only for seven days from the 25th May to the 31st. RARE. £ NR 4th October, cover endorsed at top 'By forces AIR MAIL FREE' and sent without charge.

Index TO THE NORTHERN RHODESIA JOURNAL Volumes I-V1 References are to the Volume number, in small Roman figures, followed by a comma and the page number, except in the case of Volumes I and II where, as those Volumes were not paged continuously, the Number of the part is inserted after the Volume number.

While Zambia was under colonial rule, it was known as Northern Rhodesia. These books start in as the Colonial office took over from the British South Africa Company. They end in when publication ceased. These books include population data, accounts and lists of the colonies' officers.

Blindness in the Kawambwa district, Northern Rhodesia. African medicine in the Mankoya district, Northern Rhodesia by C.

Phillips. by S. Symon (Rhodes-Livingstone communication, no. 15) Rhodes-Livingstone Institute, In Northern Rhodesia/Zambia, one of the first duties of the District Assistant, Jonathan Leach, was to warn the Senior Prison Warder that a certain prisoner was to be brought to the boma early the following morning for transportation to Provincial Headquarters.

In the dusk he walked through the mango-tree grove to the gaol to pass on the message. Origins in the treaty. Zambia's formal northern frontier boundary was legally signed in the Anglo-Belgian Treaty oflong after the Berlin showed that the triangle of land at the northwestern point of Eastern Rhodesia from Pweto to as far south as the Lunchinda River was under Northern Rhodesia even though the Belgian Congo had administered it for many years.

Volume 2. The Northern Rhodesia Journals are available on the Internet >here. From al)out 10 miles north of Fort Jameson flj^ in varj’ing numbers exists continuously to Chinundas and the northern border of the district. Lundaxi District. An account of the distribution and spread of Glossina ^lorsitans in this district, by Mr.

Hall appears in the Bulletin of Entomological Research Vol. part 3. Northern Rhodesia Police until 18 December when, having recently married he retired to R Rifleman James Kirk DUNCAN of Kawambwa was born at Paisley and food for Major Olsen's 1st Battalion when it marched through his district in Septemberto.

An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk.

Full text of "Evangelisation: being the report of the General Missionary Conference of Northern Rhodesia". A history of Northern Rhodesia: early days to Chartered Company chiefs Church civil servants Coillard Colonial Office Commissioner Company’s Congo Copper Belt country’s District economic Elected Members European farmers farming Federation field fighting figures finally financial find first five force About Google Books.

Know Your District - Welcome to Kawambwa, a flora and fauna district which also provides a tourist access to Kabwelume Falls in Northern Province. Kawambwa sits on a plateau of the Muchinga Escarpment overlooking a beautiful valley in neighbouring Mwansabombwe district in Luapula Province.

It is about kilometres north-west of Mansa, the. AIM To review the prevalence and causes of blindness in sub-Saharan Africa, the existing services and limitations, and the Vision goals for the future.

METHODS Methodologically sound population based surveys published in the past 20 years are reviewed and results for prevalence and causes of blindness are tabulated.

The current resources and needs according to recent publications and.E. Cyril Greenall joined the Colonial and Overseas Service in and served as a District Officer in Northern Rhodesia and later in Zambia’s post-independence government.

David G. Coe attended Imperial College University of London, worked as a research chemist, consultant and technical : $By an Order in Council, dated May 4,the two territories of North-Eastern and North- Western Rhodesia were amalgamated to become Northern Rhodesia.

On 1st August,the BSAC Royal Treaty came to an end. The territory was made a British Colony. This was brought into operation by the Northern Rhodesia Proclamation of 17th August