Malaria case management by community health workers in the Central African Republic from 2009–2014: overcoming challenges of access and instability due to conflict

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In the Central African Republic (CAR), decades of armed conflict have crippled the public health system. This has left the population without timely access to life-saving services and therefore vulnerable to the numerous consequences of infectious diseases, including malaria. As a response, in 2008 an international non-governmental organization started a… (More)
DOI: 10.1186/s12936-017-2005-7

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@inproceedings{Ruckstuhl2017MalariaCM, title={Malaria case management by community health workers in the Central African Republic from 2009–2014: overcoming challenges of access and instability due to conflict}, author={Laura Ruckstuhl and Christian Lengeler and Jean M{\'e}thode Moyen and Helle Garro and Richard Allan}, booktitle={Malaria Journal}, year={2017} }