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José Pons

Report that describes the relation between blood groups and dermopapilares lines in black people from Spanish Guinea.

Human Rights Watch
July 9, 2009

An in-depth analysis of the history and politics of Equatorial Guinea that accuses the government of Equatorial Guinea of human rights abuses, corruption, and economic mismanagement.

Llavero Rodríguez J, Ruiz Muelas MA
January 1, 1989

A summary of the nutritional state of the Annobonese children would show that 36% of them suffered from protein energetic malnutrition at the time of the study, and that 41% had prior exposure to such malnutrition.

World Health Organization
June 5, 2009

The twice annual Informational Bulletin of the Office of the Representive of the World Health Organization in Equatorial Guinea is a simplified review of key activities carried out in support of the Government of Equatorial Guinea. The bulletin reviews one activity each month that illustrates the role the local WHO office plays in health sector development in the country.

World Health Organization
December 8, 2009

The twice annual Informational Bulletin of the Office of the Representive of the World Health Organization in Equatorial Guinea is a simplified review of key activities carried out in support of the Government of Equatorial Guinea. The bulletin reviews one activity each month that illustrates the role the local WHO office plays in health sector development in the country.

World Health Organization
August 5, 2009

The Country Cooperation Strategy (CCS) is the medium-term strategy for the WHO at the country level, under the leadership of the WHO Representative. It also captures the goal of the country and ensures that the work of WHO is harmonized and aligned with those goals.

World Health Organization
April 5, 2006

The Country Health Profile provides an overview of the situation and trends of priority health problems and the health systems profile, including a description of institutional frameworks, trends in the national response, key issues and challenges. Its purpose is to promote evidence-based health policymaking through a comprehensive and rigorous analysis of the dynamics of health situations and health systems in the country.

World Bank
February 6, 1992

Between 1969 and 1979, the health sector in Equatorial Guinea, like all other sectors, experienced Systematic degradation, disorganization and neglect. With donor support, the Government has since 1979 initiated efforts to revamp the health service activities. However, this attempt has so far proved insufficient to cori:ect the health system's fundamental weaknesses, and endemic tropical and parasitic diseases continue to be rampant, causing high morbidity and mortality. The Government is committedto improving the health indicators by strengthening health policy formulation and sector management, developing human resources, and increasing the capacity of the public health system to deliver basic health care services for the most vulnerable groups and the rural population. It has requested IDA assistance to help prepare a program.

UNICEF, and WHO
March 5, 2010

2010 data on the use of improved sanitation facilities in Equatorial Guinea as part of a joint monitoring programme by the World Health Organization and UNICEF

Harding S, Boroujerdi M, Santana P, and Cruickshank J
October 5, 2005

In preliminary data in Portugal, we found that African babies of migrant mothers were heavier than White Portuguese babies born in Lisbon. We investigate whether this pattern is replicated in the national data, and in addition the trends in birth weight in these groups. There has been a downward trend in birth weights in Portugal among both Portuguese and African term births, but average birth weights of the two groups were similar.

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