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Impact of trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole prophylaxis on falciparum malaria infection and disease.
BACKGROUND Trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole (TS) prophylaxis is recommended for persons living with human immunodeficiency virus infection and acquired immunodeficiency syndrome in Africa. TS and theExpand
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The Effect of Water and Soil Conservation (WSC) on the Soil Chemical, Biological, and Physical Quality of a Plinthosol in Niger
The hazard for recurring food insecurity in the Sahel is largely affected by insufficient biomass productivity of degraded, marginal lands. In general, water and soil conservation (WSC) techniquesExpand
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Effect of termite mound material on the physical properties of sandy soil and on the growth characteristics of tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.) in semi-arid Niger
This investigation assessed the effects of termite mound material (TMM) on the physical properties of sandy soil and on tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.) growth characteristics and water useExpand
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Assessing the Constraints to Adopt Water and Soil Conservation Techniques in Tillaberi, Niger
Nigerien subsistence farmers increasingly rely on marginal lands for food production as a result of ongoing soil degradation, limited fertile land availability and growing population pressure. TheseExpand
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Water and soil conservation for improved crop productivity, water household and soil quality in Niger
Growing population pressure and ongoing soil degradation increasingly force Nigerien farmers to rely on marginal and shallow lands for crop production. Regular crop management, however, generallyExpand
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Fertilizer Use Efficiency and Profitability of Irrigated Rice in Mali and Niger
• Incomplete factorial with 16 treatments: 5 N levels with 0 and 15 (Niger) or 20 (Mali) kg ha-1 P; 4 P levels; and 4 K levels. The rate increments were 40 kg for N, 7.5 (Niger) or 10 (Mali) kg P;Expand
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Rodent-borne Trypanosoma from cities and villages of Niger and Nigeria: A special role for the invasive genus Rattus?
Although they are known to sometimes infect humans, atypical trypanosomes are very poorly documented, especially in Africa where one lethal case has yet been described. Here we conducted a survey ofExpand
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Maize Sole Crop and Intercrop Response to Fertilizer in Mali and Niger
Maize (Zea mays L.) is important in semiarid West Africa where the increase in demand exceeds the increase in production. Yield is often constrained by inadequate nutrient availability even thoughExpand
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Diagnosis of crop secondary and micro-nutrient deficiencies in sub-Saharan Africa
Crop production in sub-Saharan Africa has numerous biotic and abiotic constraints, including nutrient deficiencies. Information on crop response to macronutrients is relatively abundant compared withExpand
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