Understanding antimicrobials use: An ethnographic study of rural communities in Burkina Faso Instituut voor Tropische Geneeskunde
The importance of bushmeat in the livelihood of cocoa farmers and NTFP users living at the periphery of the Dja Faunal Reserve, Cameroon Koninklijke Maatschappij voor Dierkunde van Antwerpen
Control of urban malaria transmitted by Anopheles stephensi in Ethiopia: development of context sensitive vector control interventions for use in houses Instituut voor Tropische Geneeskunde
An evaluation of the agronomic and socio-economic potential of Robusta coffee genetic resources as a cash crop in the Congo Basin Plantentuin Meise / Agentschap Plantentuin Meise
Assessing the impact of fee exemption on maternal health in West Africa and Morocco : new tools, new knowledge Instituut voor Tropische Geneeskunde
There is a growing consensus that maternal health outcomes can only be improved through policies and programmes that combine interventions to address the different causes of ill health and target multiple groups. Such policies and programmes are complex in nature as they involve coordination between different tiers in the health system and multiple actors including communities, health workers and managers. User fee exemption for delivery and ...
Towards the control of scabies and associated skin infections in Western Australia's remote Aboriginal communities: A Commnity-based approach Instituut voor Tropische Geneeskunde
The ICP Master in Sustainable Territorial Development has been designed as a research driven educational programme, mindful of ethics, gender and diversity, that prepares the sustainability leaders of the future. The main objective is to train students to become the agents of change that will imagine, trigger and build the sustainability transition of the twenty-first century in the Global South. Thus it will attend the shortage of ...