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Guinea is one of the poorest countries in the world, as is reflected in its health indicators (Eckert 2002). According to the Demographic and Health Survey III (DNS/Macro 2006), Guinea's maternal mortality ratio is 980 for 100,000 live births, and it has a neonatal mortality rate of 39 for 1,000 live births. In 1997, the government of Guinea, in(More)
OBJECTIVES Female genital fistula remains a public health concern in developing countries. From January 2007 to September 2013, the Fistula Care project, managed by EngenderHealth in partnership with the Ministry of Health and supported by USAID, integrated fistula repair services in the maternity wards of general hospitals in Guinea. The objective of this(More)
Scalability and programmability are important issues in large homogeneous MPSoCs. Such architectures often rely on explicit message-passing among processors, each of which possessing a local private memory. This paper presents a low-overhead hardware/software distributed shared memory approach that makes such architectures multithreading-capable. The(More)
In Guinea, for the majority of the 8 millions inhabitants, essential medicines remain unavailable and unaffordable. With the high cost of the imported drugs, it is less than 10% of the urban populations that benefited of these. Consequently, malaria and HIV/AIDS continue to claim innumerable lives over the country. The high cost and scarcity of many(More)
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