Here some links on the issue. My Master's thesis on "Scaling-Up and Mainstreaming: Increasing Impact of International Child Supports (ICS) De-Worming Program in Western Province, Kenya" is available on request. I also have an extensive bibliography which was last updated in March 2005
Articles on de-worming
Brooker, S. (2006). "Spatial Epidemiology of Human Schistosomiasis in Africa: Risk Models, Transmission Dynamics and Control." Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 101(1): 1-8
Great paper on spatial epidemiology and mapping; also has a map of schistosomiasis intensities in East Africa
Fenwick, A. (2006). "New Initiatives against Africa's Worms." Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 100(3): 200-207.
Policy-paper on deworming, with a focus on the Schistosomiasis Control Initiative
Kabatereine, N. B., E. Tukahebwa, et al. (2006). "Progress Towards Countrywide Control of Schistosomiasis and Soil-Transmitted Helminthiasis in Uganda." Transactions of the Royal Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene 100(3): 208-215.<
Details on the Ugandan national deworming program
Wang, L., Utzinger, J. and Zhou, X.N. (2008). "Schistosomiasis Control: Experiences and Lessons from China." The Lancet 372(9652): 1793-1795.
Worms in China
Information on de-worming and Western Kenya
Introduction to intestinal worm infections (soil-transmitted helminths and schistosomiasis)
Documentation, training and reporting materials from the WHO Partnership for Parasite Control
PPC Newsletters. Check Issue 4: How to set up a de-worming program.
Detailed steps to set up a program, including parasitological surveys (has tables with cut-off levels based on intensity) Montresor, A., D. W. T. Crompton, et al. (2002). Helminth Control in School-Age Children: A Guide for Managers of Control Programmes, WHO.
Montresor, A., D. W. T. Crompton, et al. (1998). Guidelines for the Evaluation of Soil-Transmitted helminthiasis and schistosomiasis at the community level, WHO.
Maps of schistosomiasis in several countries: WHO (1987). Atlas of the Global Distribution of Schistosomiasis. (http://www.who.int/wormcontrol/documents/maps/country/en/)
Other materials on worms
All about schistosomiasis and helminth infections at the Schistosomiasis Control Initiative). Check out their publications list which includes some important papers on implementation and policy approaches. SCI is involved in the successful Uganda program.
A flyer linking de-worming to the Millenium Development Goals
Relation of school-aged to community-level infections: Guyatt, H. L., S.Brooker, et al. (1999). "Can prevalence of infection in school-aged children be used as an index for assessing community prevalence?" Parasitology 118:257-268.
On evaluation, and possible monitoring indicators: Gyorkos, T. W. (2003). "Monitoring and evaluation of large scale helminth control programmes." Acta Tropica 86: 275-282.
Information on Western Kenya
World Bank (2001) "Small Area Poverty Map of Kenya", World Bank Development Research Group.
The Poverty Action Lab) runs several evaluation studies in Western Kenya.
International Child Support Africa operates the de-worming program in Busia district.
New York Times article (July 28, 2004) briefly mentions the de-worming project.