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Women attend a family planning course given by a nurse from the NGO Marie Stopes at a dispensary in the village of Nedgo, near Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso February 16, 2018. Picture taken February 16, 2018. REUTERS/Luc Gnago - RC13BC522D10
Women attend a family planning course given by a nurse from the NGO Marie Stopes at a dispensary in the village of Nedgo, near Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso February 16, 2018. Picture taken February 16, 2018. REUTERS/Luc Gnago - RC13BC522D10
21 Nov 2019

Afrique : le continent appelé à investir dans la santé et l’éducation de la petite enfance

ADIAC   Dans le discours mondial, la croissance démographique de l'Afrique est souvent décrite de manière extrême, pouvant la conduire à…

French doctor Olivier Baron, a thoracic and cardiovascular surgeon from the Nantes University Hospital, assisted by Malian doctor Baba Ibrahima Diarra, realise the first open-heart surgery in Mali, at the Andre Festoc Center of the Mother and Child Hospital Le Luxembourg in Bamako, on September 10, 2018. - A six-year-old girl with a heart defect was successfully operated during an open-heart surgery on September 10, 2018 in Bamako, a first for Mali, where this type of operations have, generally, required an evacuation of the patient abroad. (Photo by Sebastien Rieussec / AFP)
French doctor Olivier Baron, a thoracic and cardiovascular surgeon from the Nantes University Hospital, assisted by Malian doctor Baba Ibrahima Diarra, realise the first open-heart surgery in Mali, at the Andre Festoc Center of the Mother and Child Hospital Le Luxembourg in Bamako, on September 10, 2018. - A six-year-old girl with a heart defect was successfully operated during an open-heart surgery on September 10, 2018 in Bamako, a first for Mali, where this type of operations have, generally, required an evacuation of the patient abroad. (Photo by Sebastien Rieussec / AFP)
07 Nov 2019

La mondialisation change la manière d’envisager la maladie et la qualité des soins

Le Monde   L’Afrique, ses mères et ses enfants en ont assez de souffrir à l’hôpital. Pour Yannick Jaffré, anthropologue…

Women wait to be checked at the maternity unit of the Phebe Hospital in Bong Town, central Liberia, on May 27, 2019. - The Liberian health system is in crisis, with hospitals running short of drugs due and with financial support nearly halted, putting the population at risk. (Photo by Zoom DOSSO / AFP)
Women wait to be checked at the maternity unit of the Phebe Hospital in Bong Town, central Liberia, on May 27, 2019. - The Liberian health system is in crisis, with hospitals running short of drugs due and with financial support nearly halted, putting the population at risk. (Photo by Zoom DOSSO / AFP)
31 Oct 2019

Labelliser les maternités pour améliorer le traitement des femmes africaines

Le Monde   L’Afrique, ses mères et ses enfants en ont assez de souffrir à l’hôpital. Le forum de l’Unicef…

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