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Senegal
The West African country of Senegal faces significant challenges that affect its healthcare system, including gaps and weaknesses in human resources and capacity, equipment, quality services, health information systems (HIS), and management of infectious and chronic diseases.
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Senegal: HIS Indicators
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Publication Health Service Integration in Senegal: A Case Study
MEASURE Evaluation (2015)
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Publication Intégration des services de santé au Sénégal: Etude de Cas
MEASURE Evaluation (2015)
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Publication Community-based surveillance of priority diseases in Senegal: Lessons learned in pilot districts
Alioune Badara Ly, Jenny Mwanza, Doudou Diop, Judith Nguimfack Tsague (2018)
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Publication La surveillance à base communautaire des maladies prioritaires au Sénégal: Leçons apprises dans les districts pilotes
Alioune Badara Ly, Jenny Mwanza, Doudou Diop, Judith Nguimfack Tsague (2018)
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Publication Strengthening Multisectoral Community Event-Based Surveillance of Zoonotic Diseases in Senegal – Rapid Assessment of a Global Health Security Agenda Project
(2018)
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Publication Enquêtes qualitatives sur les motivations des Comités de Veille et d’Alerte Communautaire impliqués dans la surveillance des maladies infectieuses au Sénégal
Diop, D., Ba, A., Nguimfack, J., Moreland, S., & Sukumaran, S. (2019)
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Tracking Malaria Cases One by One
MEASURE Evaluation provides training to strengthen surveillance in Senegal
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In taking the One Health approach, is Senegal showing the way?
By Scott Moreland, PhD. The “One Health” approach—which considers animal, human, and environmental health as a unit—has gained momentum in response to the emergence of new infectious diseases at the human-animal-ecosystem interface.
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