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Published on Mar 11, 2012
The neglected disease is killing children of age between 5 and 15 year-old in Northern Uganda. It has no cure. This mysterious 'Nodding Disease' which was discovered in 2003 by WHO, its cure hasn't been found. Uganda government committed Shs100million ($40,899 or £26,113), which can't take care of 3000 children officially known be suffering from the disease. This requires urgent support, attention and care. The disease remains a complex puzzle to medical professionals both local and at international scenes. There are conflicting reports on the number of deaths it has claimed. The government says, only about 200 children have succumbed to the disease but other sources claim that between 1800 and 2000 children have died.