We thank the communities of Hintalo Wajerate, Arbegona, and Assaieta for their participation; Elizabeth Mesfin Yigzaw, Enkunesh Amare, Sandee Minovi, Jean Flanders-Armstrong, and Dottie Small for administrative support; Anteneh Girma, Meka Shammena, Edris Abdela, and Haileselassie Belete for logistical support; study phlebotomists Shitu Haile and Elfinesh Lawgaw; medical technologists Natenael Dires and Tamrat Tadesse; Nighist Tesfaye for support and facilitation of the institutional review board process; and Habtamu Belete and Bogale Worku for insight and advice. We also thank the Ethiopian Federal Ministry of Health for their involvement throughout the study and for their insight when these findings were discussed at a large gathering of partners in Addis Ababa in 2014.
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