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Plan Stratégique de Developpement des Ressources Humaines du Secteur Santé 2009-2018

Ministère de la Santé, République du Bénin, , (2008)


Plan Stratégique de Developpement des Ressources Humaines du Secteur Santé 2009-2018
https://sante.gouv.bj/assets/ressources/pdf/Plan_S...


Politique Nationale de Promotion de la Santé, Version Finale

Ministère de la Santé, République du Bénin , (2008)


Politique Nationale de Promotion de la Santé, Version Finale
http://www.refips.org/files/afriquesubsahara/Polit...


Democratic Republic of Congo: Ebola Virus Disease - External Situation Report 70

World Health Organization WHO, (2019)


In the week of 25 November to 1 December 2019, 10 new confirmed EVD cases were reported from two health zones in two affected provinces in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The confirmed cases in this week came from Mabalako (50%, n=5) and Mandima (50%, n=5) Health Zones. In the past week, violence, widespread civil unrest, and targeted attacks have severely disrupted the Ebola response and restricted access to affected communities in multiple locations.
https://reliefweb.int/report/democratic-republic-c...


Charte de Compétence - Infermier/Infermière

Ministère de la Santé, République du Bénin r, (2019)


Charte de Compétence - Infermier/Infermière Accès au site Novembre 2019
https://sante.gouv.bj/assets/ressources/pdf/Charte...


Forecast analysis of any opportunistic infection among HIV positive individuals on antiretroviral therapy in Uganda

Rubaihayo, J., N.M. Tumwesigye, J. Konde-Lule, et al., Eds.: BMC Public Health, (2016)


BMC Public Health (2016) 16:766 DOI 10.1186/s12889-016-3455-5
https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC49824...


Atlas of Common Clinical Presentations of Paediatric HIV Infections

Ministry of Health Uganda, (2016)


Over 2 million children worldwide are living with HIV infection and 95% reside in sub-Saharan Africa with the majority infected through mother-to-child transmission. Infected children have a high mortality with 50% dying by 2 years of age. Their clinical presentation includes common childhood infections, opportunistic infections and conditions associated with HIV/AIDS immune suppression.
http://library.health.go.ug/download/file/fid/597


Loi n° 2015-08 portant code de l’enfant en République du Benin

Assemblée Nationale, République du Benin, (2015)


L’Assemblée Nationale a délibéré et adopté en sa séance du 23 janvier 2015 la loi dont la teneur suit: PREMIERE PARTIE DES DISPOSITIONS GENERALES
https://abortion-policies.srhr.org/documents/count...


President's Malaria Initiative, Benin

Government of Benin , (2008)


In December 2006, Benin was selected as one of eight countries to receive funding during the third year of the President’s Malaria Initiative (PMI). The objective of this Initiative is to assist African countries, in collaboration with other partners, to rapidly scale up coverage of vulnerable groups with four highly effective interventions: artemisinin-based combination therapy (ACT), intermittent preventive treatment for malaria in pregnancy (IPTp), insecticide-treated mosquito nets (ITNs), and indoor residual spraying with insecticides (IRS).
https://www.pmi.gov/docs/default-source/default-do...


National Manual for the Management of HIV-related Opportunistic Infections and Conditions

Ministry of Health, Kenya, (2008)


A healthcare worker manual. 2nd edition The development of this National Manual for the Management of HIV-related Opportunistic Infections and Conditions for use by health care workers at the frontline of our fight against HIV/AIDS is intended to improve their understanding of the causes, prevention and appropriate management of opportunistic infections and conditions in adults and adolescents (OIs in children is covered effectively in the Integrated Management of Childhood Illnesses – IMCI – materials). It is also intended to be a practical guide at the clinic level, so as to improve quality of life, treatment outcomes and survival of PLHA. Crucially, this manual uses a “symptom-based” approach to support health care workers at the most basic primary level to be able to effectively initiate the care of PLHA with OIs and refer patients as appropriate (effective triage of patients at the primary care level). The result of this will be to move the management of OIs closer to the patient while ensuring that referral links with higher-level facilities and care is cultivated.
guidelines.health.go.ke:8000/media/National_Manual...


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