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Notre vision Contribuer à l’amélioration de la santé de la reproduction, notamment celle de la mère et de l’enfant au Burkina Faso et dans la sous–région ouest Africaine. Nos missions Servir de guide opérationnel pour l’action aux structures, instituts, organisations intervenant dans le domaine de la santé de la reproduction ; Servir de cadre (...)

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>>Women who experience obstetric haemorrhage are at higher

K. S. Wagner1, C. Ronsmans1, S. L. Thomas1, C. Calvert1, A. Adler1, R. Ganaba2, S. Goufodji3 and V. Filippi1 1 London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London, UK 2 Africsante´, Bobo Dioulasso, Burkina Faso 3 Centre de Recherche en Reproduction Humaine et en (...)
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>>Undertaking a complex evaluation of safe motherhood in rural Burkina Faso.

Graham W.J., Conombo S.G., Zombre D.S., Meda N., Byass P. and De Brouwere V. Undertaking a complex evaluation of safe motherhood in rural Burkina Faso. Tropical Medicine and International Health 2008 volume 13 suppl. 1 pp 1 5.Summary Evaluations of composite health (...)
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>>Accessibility and utilisation of delivery care within a Skilled Care Initiative in rural Burkina Faso

Hounton S., Chapman G., Menten J., De Brouwere V., Ensor T., Sombie I., Meda N. and Ronsmans C. Accessibility and utilisation of delivery care within a Skilled Care Initiative in rural Burkina Faso. Tropical Medicine and International Health 2008 volume 13 suppl. 1 pp 44 52. (...)
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>>Direct data capture using hand-held computers in rural Burkina Faso : experiences, benefits and lessons learnt.

Byass P., Hounton S., Ouedraogo M., Some H., Diallo I., Fottrell E., Emmelin A. and Meda N. Direct data capture using hand-held computers in rural Burkina Faso : experiences, benefits and lessons learnt. Tropical Medicine and International Health 2008 volume 13 suppl. 1 pp (...)
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>>The epidemiology of pregnancy outcomes in rural Burkina Faso.

Bell J.S., Ouedraogo M., Ganaba R., Sombie I., Byass P., Baggaley R.F., Filippi V., Fitzmaurice A.E. and Graham W.J. The epidemiology of pregnancy outcomes in rural Burkina Faso. Tropical Medicine and International Health 2008 volume 13 suppl. 1 pp 31 43. Summary (...)
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>>Evaluating skilled care at delivery in Burkina Faso : principles and practice.

Graham W.J., Themmen E., Bassane B., Meda N. and De Brouwere V. Evaluating skilled care at delivery in Burkina Faso : principles and practice. Tropical Medicine and International Health 2008 volume 13 suppl. 1 pp 6 13. Summary There are strong expectations of what could be (...)
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>>Methods for evaluating effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a Skilled Care Initiative in rural Burkina Faso

Hounton S., Sombie I., Meda N., Bassane B., Byass P., Stanton C. and De Brouwere V. Methods for evaluating effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of a Skilled Care Initiative in rural Burkina Faso. Tropical Medicine and International Health 2008 volume 13 suppl. 1 pp 14 24. (...)
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>>Factors associated with the prevalence of circulating antigens to porcine cysticercosis in three villages of burkina faso.

Ganaba R, Praet N, Carabin H, Millogo A, Tarnagda Z, Dorny P, Hounton S, Sow A, Nitiéma P, Cowan LD. Source Agence de formation, de recherche et d’expertise et en Santé pour l’Afrique (AFRICSanté), Bobo-Dioulasso, Burkina Faso. rganaba.muraz@fasonet.bf Abstract BACKGROUND : (...)
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>>Effects of a Skilled Care Initiative on pregnancy-related mortality in rural Burkina Faso

Hounton S., Menten J., Ouedraogo M., Dubourg D., Meda N., Ronsmans C., Byass P. and De Brouwere V. Effects of a Skilled Care Initiative on pregnancy-related mortality in rural Burkina Faso. Tropical Medicine and International Health 2008 volume 13 suppl. 1 pp 53 60. Summary (...)
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>>Assessing the costs and cost-effectiveness of a Skilled Care Initiative in rural Burkina Faso

Newlands D., Yugbare-Belemsaga D., Ternent L., Hounton S. and Chapman G. Assessing the costs and cost-effectiveness of a Skilled Care Initiative in rural Burkina Faso. Tropical Medicine and International Health 2008 volume 13 suppl. 1 pp 61 67. Summary Objectives  The (...)
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>>From evaluating a Skilled Care Initiative in rural Burkina Faso to policy implications for safe motherhood in Africa.

Meda N., Hounton S., De Brouwere V., Sombie I., Byass P., on behalf of the IMMPACT Burkina Evaluation Study Group. From evaluating a Skilled Care Initiative in rural Burkina Faso to policy implications for safe motherhood in Africa. Tropical Medicine and International Health (...)
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>>RESEARCH ARTICLE :The obstetric care subsidy policy in Burkina Faso : what are the effects after five years of implementation ? Findings of a complex evaluation

Rasmané Ganaba1*, Patrick G. C. Ilboudo1, Jenny A. Cresswell2, Maurice Yaogo1, Cheick Omar Diallo3, Fabienne Richard4, Nadia Cunden5, Veronique Filippi2 and Sophie Witter5,6 Abstract Background : Burkina Faso, like many low and middle income countries, has been taking a (...)
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>>Costing universal access of highly active antiretroviral therapy in Benin.

Hounton SH, Akonde A, Zannou DM, Bashi J, Meda N, Newlands D. Costing universal access of highly active antiretroviral therapy in Benin. AIDS Care 2008May ; 20(5):582-7. Abstract The study aimed to estimate costs of provision and access to highly active antiretroviral (...)
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>>The tip of the iceberg : Evidence of seasonality in institutional maternal mortality and implications for health resources management in Burkina Faso

Hounton S, Sombie I, Toward J, Ouedraogo T, Meda N, Wendy G J. The tip of the iceberg : evidence of seasonality in institutional maternal mortality and morbidity and implications for health resources management in Burkina Faso. Scand J Public Health 2008 ; 36 : 310-317. (...)
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>>Health of women after severe obstetric complications in Burkina Faso : a longitudinal study.

Filippi V., Ganaba R., Baggaley R.F., Marshall T., Sombié I., Ouattara F., Ouédraogo T., Akoum M., Meda N. Health of women after severe obstetric complications in Burkina Faso : a longitudinal study. The Lancet 2007 ; 370 : 1329-1337. Abstract BACKGROUND : Little is known (...)
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>>Short communication : Detecting depression after pregnancy : the validity of the K10 and K6 in Burkina Faso

Baggaley R.F., Ganaba R., Filippi V., Kere M., Marshall T., Sombié I., Storeng K.T. and Patel V., 2007. Validity of the K10 and K6 for the detection of postnatal depressive disorder in Burkina Faso. Tropical Medicine and International Health, volume 12 no 10 pp 1225 1229. (...)
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>>Describing safe motherhood programs for priority setting : The case of Burkina Faso

Hounton SH, Meda N, Hussein J, Sombie I, Conombo G, Graham WJ. Describing safe motherhood programs for priority setting : The case of Burkina Faso. Int J Gynaecol Obstet. 2005 Oct ; 91(1):97-104. Abstract Objective : This study was implemented to describe safe motherhood (...)
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>>Setting priorities for safe motherhood programme evaluation : a participatory process in three developing countries.

Madi BC, Hussein J, Hounton S, D’Ambruoso L, Achadi E, Arhinful DK ; EQ.Setting priorities for safe motherhood programme evaluation : a participatory process in three developing countries. Health Policy 2007 Sep ; 83(1):94-104. Abstract A participatory approach to priority (...)
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>>Missing maternal deaths : lessons from Souro Sanou University Hospital in Bobo-Dioulasso, Burkina Faso

Sombie I, Meda N, Hounton S, Bambara M, Ouedraogo T W, Graham W. Missing maternal deaths : lessons from Souro Sanou University Hospital in Bobo-Dioulasso, Burkina Faso. Tropical Doctor 2007 ; 37(2) : 96-98. Abstract We investigated the location of maternal deaths in the (...)
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>>Revealing the burden of maternal mortality : a probabilistic model for determining pregnancy-related causes of death from verbal autopsies

Fottrell E, Byass P, Ouedraogo TW, Tamini C, Gbangou A, Sombié I, Högberg U, Witten KH, Bhattacharya S, Desta T, Deganus S, Tornui J, Fitzmaurice AE, Meda N, Graham WJ. Revealing the burden of maternal mortality : a probabilistic model for determining pregnancy-related causes (...)
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>>Current strategies for the reduction of maternal mortality

Bullough C, Meda N, Makowiecka K, Ronsmans C, Achadi EL, Hussein J. Current strategies for the reduction of maternal mortality. BJOG. 2005 Sep ; 112(9):1180-8. Review. Abstract The purpose of this article is to review current strategies for the reduction of maternal (...)
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>>Améliorer le système d’information sur les décès maternels dans quatre hôpitaux du Burkina Faso : le point de vue des soignants

Yaogo M., Barro M., Sanou/Tamini C., Sombié I., 2010. Améliorer le système d’information sur les décès maternels dans quatre hôpitaux du Burkina Faso : le point de vue des soignants. Global Health Promotion, Vol 17, N°1, pp 86-94. Abstract Introduction. Dans le cadre d’un (...)
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>>Women’s sexual health and contraceptive needs after a severe obstetric complication ("near-miss") : a cohort study in Burkina Faso

Ganaba R., Marshall T., Sombié I., Baggaley R., Ouédraogo T., Filippi V. 2010.Women’s sexual health and contraceptive needs after a severe obstetric complication (“near-miss”) : a cohort study in Burkina Faso. Reproductive Health 2010, 7:22doi:10.1186/1742-4755-7-22. Abstract (...)
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>>Challenges of scaling up and of knowledge transfer in an action research project in Burkina Faso to exempt the worst-off from health care user fees

Valéry Ridde, Maurice Yaogo, Yamba Kafando, Kadidiatou Kadio, Moctar Ouedraogo, Marou Sanfo, Norbert Coulibaly, Abel Bicaba and Slim Haddad, Challenges of scaling up and of knowledge transfer in an action research project in Burkina Faso to exempt the worst-off from health (...)
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>>A community-based targeting approach to exempt the worst-off from user fees in Burkina Faso.

Ridde V, Yaogo M, Kafando Y, Sanfo O, Coulibaly N, Nitiema PA, Bicaba A. A community-based targeting approach to exempt the worst-off from user fees in Burkina Faso.CRCHUM, International Health Unit, 3875 rue Saint-Urbain, Montréal, Québec H2W 1V1, Canada. (...)
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>>Low coverage but few inclusion errors in Burkina Faso : a community-based targeting approach to exempt the indigent from user fees.

Ridde V, Haddad S, Nikiema B, Ouedraogo M, Kafando Y, Bicaba A : Low coverage but few inclusion errors in Burkina Faso : a community-based targeting approach to exempt the indigent from user fees. BMC Public Health 2010, 10:631 Abstract BACKGROUND : User fees were (...)
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>>A lost cause ? Extending verbal autopsy to investigate biomedical and socio-cultural causes of maternal death in Burkina Faso and Indonesia.

D’Ambruoso L, Byass P, Qomariyah SN, Ouédraogo M. A lost cause ? Extending verbal autopsy to investigate biomedical and socio-cultural causes of maternal death in Burkina Faso and Indonesia. Soc Sci Med. 2010 Nov ;71(10):1728-38. Abstract Maternal mortality in developing (...)
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>>Direct data capture using hand-held computers in rural Burkina Faso : experiences, benefits and lessons learnt

Byass P., Hounton S., Ouedraogo M., Some H., Diallo I., Fottrell E. et al. Direct data capture using hand-held computers in rural Burkina Faso : experiences, benefics and lessons learnt. Tropical medicine and International Health 2008 ; 13(1):25-30.3 Summary Objectives  To (...)
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>>Anthropology & Medicine

Publication details, including instructions for authors and subscription information : http://www.tandfonline.com/loi/canm20 ‘This year I will not put her to work’ : the production/reproduction nexus in Burkina Faso Katerini Tagmatarchi Storeng a , Mélanie Stephanie Akoum b (...)
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>>Social Science & Medicine

Contents lists available at SciVerse ScienceDirect Social Science & Medicine journal homepage : www.elsevi er.com/locat e/socscimed Capitals diminished, denied, mustered and deployed. A qualitative longitudinal study of women’s four year (...)
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>>Prevalence of neurocysticercosis among people with epilepsy in rural areas of Burkina Faso

FULL-LENGTH ORIGINAL RESEARCH Prevalence of neurocysticercosis among people with epilepsy in rural areas of Burkina Faso *Athanase Millogo, yPascal Nitie´ ma, yHe´ le` ne Carabin, zMarie Paule Boncoeur-Martel, xVedantam Rajshekhar, Ze´ kiba Tarnagda, #Nicolas Praet, #Pierre (...)
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>>Research in Veterinary Science

journal homepage : www.elsevier.com/locate/rvsc Baseline survey of animal trypanosomosis in the region of the Boucle du Mouhoun, Burkina Faso A. Sow a,b,c, R. Ganaba d, L. Percoma b, I. Sidibé a,b, Z. Bengaly a, Y. Adam e, P. Koné c, G.J. (...)
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>>The Long Term Economic Impact of Severe Obstetric Complications for Women and Their Children in Burkina Faso

Patrick G. C. Ilboudo1,2*, Steve Russell3, Ben D’Exelle3 Agence de Formation, de Recherche et d’Expertise en Santé pour l’Afrique (AFRICSanté), Bobo-Dioulasso, Burkina Faso, Department of Community Medicine, University of Oslo, Oslo, Norway, School of International (...)
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>>RESEARCH ARTICLE : A probabilistic method to estimate the burden of maternal morbidity in resource-poor settings : preliminary development and evaluation

Edward Fottrell1,2*, Ulf Högberg3, Carine Ronsmans4, David Osrin1, Kishwar Azad5, Nirmala Nair6, Nicolas Meda7,Rasmane Ganaba7, Sourou Goufodji8, Peter Byass2 and Veronique Filippi4 Abstract Background : Maternal morbidity is more common than maternal death, and (...)
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>>RESEARCH ARTICLE : Readiness of district and regional hospitals in Burkina Faso to provide caesarean section and blood transfusion services : a cross-sectional study

Georges Dayitaba Compaoré1*, Issiaka Sombié1, Rasmané Ganaba2, Sennen Hounton3, Nicolas Meda1, Vincent De Brouwere4 and Matthias Borchert5,6 Abstract Background : Health centres and hospitals play a crucial role in reducing maternal mortality and morbidity by offering (...)
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>>Compte rendu d’étude : Projet PopDev au Burkina Faso

Résultats clés de l’étude • Les femmes sont le plus souvent exclues du système national de sécurité sociale car elles ont faiblement accès au travail formel • La moitié des femmes salariées dans le secteur formel n’ont pas bénéficié du congé de maternité que prévoit la loi dans notre (...)
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>>RESEARCH ARTICLE Prevalence of and Factors Associated with Human Cysticercosis in 60 Villages in Three Provinces of Burkina Faso

Hélène Carabin1*, Athanase Millogo2, Assana Cissé3, Sarah Gabriël4, Ida Sahlu5,6, Pierre Dorny4, Cici Bauer7, Zekiba Tarnagda8, Linda D Cowan1†, Rasmané Ganaba9 1 Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology, College of Public Health, Oklahoma University Health Sciences Center, (...)
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RESEARCH ARTICLE Prevalence of and Factors Associated with Human Cysticercosis in 60 Villages in Three Provinces of Burkina Faso


Hélène Carabin1*, Athanase Millogo2, Assana Cissé3, Sarah Gabriël4, Ida Sahlu5,6, Pierre Dorny4, Cici Bauer7, Zekiba Tarnagda8, Linda D Cowan1†, (...)

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RESEARCH ARTICLE :The obstetric care subsidy policy in Burkina Faso : what are the effects after five years of implementation ? Findings of a complex evaluation


Rasmané Ganaba1*, Patrick G. C. Ilboudo1, Jenny A. Cresswell2, Maurice Yaogo1, Cheick Omar Diallo3, Fabienne Richard4, Nadia Cunden5, Veronique (...)

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