OPPORTUNISTIC INTESTINAL COCCIDIAN AND MICROSPORIDIAN INFECTIONS AMONG HIV-POSITIVE PATIENTS ON ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY AT NEKEMTE HOSPITAL, EAST WOLLEGA
Contributor(s)Dr. Tsehayenesh Messele
Dr. Afework Kassu
Prof. Beyene Petros
Dr. Tekola Endeshaw
Dr. Gurja belay
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AbstractFirst of all I would like to express my thanks to the Lord of Lords, Jesus Christ with whom I reached this stage and become successful. I would like to express my deepest gratitude to my advisors Professor Beyene Petros and Dr. Tekola Endeshaw for their unreserved effort in advising me to conduct my research on this topic and providing me valuable information and reference materials as well as continuous follow up of my work to enrich my knowledge and skill in conducting this research. My sincere appreciation is also extended to the Ethiopian Health and Nutrition Research Institute (EHNRI) for the provision of laboratory facilities and Nekemte Education Bureau for sponsoring my graduate studies. I would like to extend my thanks to my friend Dr.Sileshi Nemomssa for his support in printing the necessary research materials for the thesis. Nekemte hospital and the respective collaborating physicians and laboratory technicians, OSSA (Organization for Social Service for AIDS) Nekemte branch are also greatly acknowledged for helping and facilitating in the collection of samples and field observations. I also gratefully acknowledge Hussien Mohammed and other parasitology laboratory staff of EHNRI for their excellent technical assistance. Last but not least I would like to forward my great thanks to my family for their unstoppable prayer to GOD for the completion of the work.