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Malaria risk in Dakar : socio-spatial inequalities and urban environment

Abstract : Considering Malaria, it's difficult to establish causal links and to organize the numerous deicisve factors of the disease into a hierarchy. Concerning malaria in urban areas is much more complex for one can find a great variety of micro-landscapes, populations, civilizations, believes and social-economical status which modulate the geography of transmission and make it more complex. Urbanization restrains the paludal development; it leads to a depleted but more heterogeneous transmission.
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Marion Borderon, Camille Perchoux, Sébastien Oliveau, Frédéric Audard, Richard Lalou. Malaria risk in Dakar : socio-spatial inequalities and urban environment. INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE EDEN 2010 Emerging Vector-borne Diseases in a Changing European Environment, May 2010, Montpellier, France. ⟨hal-01140554⟩



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