Bouyagui Traoré

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BACKGROUND In 2003, Mali introduced intermittent preventive therapy in pregnancy (ITPp) with sulfadoxine-pyrimethamine (SP) for the control of malaria in pregnancy, consisting of 2 doses of SP given in the 2nd and 3rd trimester. This widely used regimen, although very effective, leaves many women unprotected from malaria during the last 4-to-8 weeks of(More)
In Mali, malaria is the leading cause of death and the primary cause of outpatient visits for children under five. The twin towns of Mopti and Sévaré have historically had high under-five mortality. This paper investigates the changing malaria burden in children under five in these two towns for the years 1998-2006, and the likely contribution of previous(More)
Acute respiratory infections (ARI) are a major public health issue in Mali. The objective of this study was to examine the management of ARI within the community among children aged 2 to 59 months. The study was based on a pilot community intervention over a period of 15 months (June 2008-August 2009) in 4 health districts in Mali. A survey was conducted(More)
  • B Traore
  • Pop Sahel : bulletin d'information sur la…
  • 1990
A demographer has analyzed data on women aged 15-19 from the Demographic and Health Surveys of Mali and of Senegal to compare their adolescent fertility rates and the determinants of adolescent fertility. 50% of married women in Mali were first married at 15.7 years compared to 16.6 years in Senegal. 30% of teens were married before age 14 in Mali(More)
  • B Traore
  • Pop Sahel : bulletin d'information sur la…
  • 1992
The child morality rate has fallen in the large African capitals. Maternal and child health (MCH) services focusing on improving health and reducing mortality are partially responsible for this reduction. The reduction in child mortality in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) has slowed in the last decade, however. For example, there was a 16% reduction in child(More)
The Center for Studies and Research on Population for Development (CERPOD) first supported studies of infant mortality in the Sahel. It then became and is still engaged in strengthening service delivery of national maternal and child health services and family planning (MCH/FP) services. CERPOD's Family Planning Division heads up MCH/FP program support(More)
BACKGROUND Concurrent male-male sexual partnerships have been understudied in sub-Saharan Africa and are especially important because human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) prevalence and acquisition probability are higher among men who have sex with men (MSM) than among heterosexual men and women. METHODS We conducted a respondent-driven sampling survey of(More)
Using respondent driven sampling, we conducted a cross-sectional bio-behavioral survey among men who have sex with men (MSM) in Bamako, Mali. Eligibility criteria included age ≥18 years and having had sex with another man in the last 6 months. We enrolled 552 MSM, 99.6% were tested for HIV. MSM in Bamako were young (69.6% ≤24 years) and educated (63.7%(More)
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