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Disparités régionales de la morbidité palustre des enfants de moins de cinq ans au Burkina Faso

Abstract : Children are the most affected by malaria, which remains a major public health problem in Burkina Faso. Although the prevalence of malaria among children is declining, disparities between regions of the country persist. The study uses data from the Malaria Indicator Survey conducted in Burkina Faso in 2014 to analyze regional disparities in the risk of malaria morbidity among children. Multivariate analyses show that region of residence has a direct influence on the malaria morbidity status of children. This is a reminder of the importance of environmental conditions in malaria transmission. Controlling for the effect of region of residence by the environment of residence reduces risk differences between regions the most. The results of the study question the need to reinforce the fight against malaria in rural areas.
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Sidbewendé Théodore Kaboré. Disparités régionales de la morbidité palustre des enfants de moins de cinq ans au Burkina Faso. 8ème Conférence Africaine sur la Population, Union pour l'Etude de la Population Africain (UEPA), Nov 2019, Entebbe, Ouganda. ⟨hal-02527694⟩

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