AFENET in collaboration with the CDC Atlanta and the Ministry of Health, Vector Control Division (VCD) recently concluded an onchocerciasis study in Kitgum and Lamwo districts in Northern Uganda. The study which was conducted from 10 – 30 September 2015 is a follow up to a prior study conducted in 2010. The objective of the study was to establish the chronological persistence of onchocerciasis in the study area after repeated Mass Drug Administration (MDA) rounds. In 2010, a study was conducted to establish the level and prevalence of onchocerciasis in the area. As a result of the study, MDA were recommended twice a year. The recent study sought to establish the current prevalence of onchocerciasis after the MDA and also to gauge the effectiveness of the serological methods of testing which include blood and skin testing.