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International Monetary Fund
August 12, 2003

Report that includes discussions on the economic developments of Equatorial Guinea that were based on information dated before August 12, 2003, it expresses the opinion of staff members, no necessarily the views of the Executive Board of the IMF.

Las Heras, Manso G; et al.

The objective of the present study is to know the type and prevalence of hemoglobinopathies and G6PD deficiency in sub-Saharan immigrant population residing in the center and south of the Maresme.

C Barrot; C Sanchez; A Xifro; M Ortega; J Mas; E Huguet; J Corbella; M Gene

Haplotype frequencies for 16 Y-chromosomal short tandem repeat loci, included in the AmpFLSTR Yfiler PCR Amplification Kit, were analysed in 110 Fang and 133 Bubi individuals from Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea.

C Alves; L Gusmao; A M Lopez-Parra; M S Mesa; A Amorim; E Arroyo-Pardo

We present allele frequencies and forensic parameters for 17 STRs in a sample of 134 unrelated individuals from Equatorial Guinea located in Western Africa, between Cameroon and Gabon.

EG Justice
March 27, 2012

On April 7, the United Nations will celebrate World Health Day, providing an opportunity for reflection on health and the progress that has been made to improve health care in Equatorial Guinea.

Sharp BL, Ridl FC, Govender D, Kuklinski J, and Kleinschmidt I
May 2, 2007

A comprehensive malaria control intervention was initiated in February 2004 on Bioko Island, Equatorial Guinea. This manuscript reports on the continuous entomological monitoring of the indoor residual spray (IRS) programme during the first two years of its implementation.

Juan Pablo Millet, Patricia Garcia de Olalla, Joaquim Gascón, Jordi Gómez i Prat, Begoña Treviño, M Jesús Pinazo, Juan Cabezos, José Muñoz, Francesc Zarzuela, and Joan A Caylà
May 22, 2009

This study compares Equatorial Guinea's malaria infections with those originating from the rest of Africa and to indicate whether there is conclusive data to illustrate they come from this ex-Spanish colony.

Ridl FC, Bass C, Torrez M, Govender D, Ramdeen V, Yellot L, Edu AE, Schwabe C, Mohloai P, Maharaj R, and Kleinschmidt I
June 29, 2008

Following the success of the malaria control intervention on the island of Bioko, malaria control by the use of indoor residual spraying (IRS) and long-lasting insecticide-treated nets (LLITN) was extended to Rio Muni, on the mainland part of Equatorial Guinea. This manuscript reports on the malaria vectors present and the incidence of insecticide resistant alleles prior to the onset of the programme.

Millet JP, de Olalla PG, Gascón J, Prat JG, Treviño B, Pinazo MJ, Cabezos J, Muñoz J, Zarzuela F, and Caylà JA
May 22, 2009

The objective of this study was to compare cases of imported malaria originating from the Spanish ex-colony of Equatorial Guinea (EG) with those originating from the rest of Africa (RA). Cases of imported malaria originating in Africa, are more likely to come from the Spanish ex-colony of EG, and VFR are more likely to be affected. It is recommended that developed countries promote prevention programmes, such as CP advice directed at African immigrants, and develop programmes of cooperation against malaria in their ex-colonies.

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