Kokou Mensah Guinhouya

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Epilepsy, the most common serious neurological condition, is one of the most widespread non-transmissible diseases in the world. In developing countries, about 90% of those with epilepsy do not receive appropriate treatment; this treatment gap, very high compared with other chronic diseases, helps to explain the marginalisation and poor living conditions of(More)
The financial crisis that affected the healthcare systems of most developing countries in the 1980s, the ensuing need to control hospital costs, the partial disengagement of States, and the resort to policies based on cost recovery -- all these led to the restructuring of hospital systems in Africa, in accordance with the Bamako initiative, adopted by the(More)
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