Elhadji Mamadou Mbaye

Elhadji Mamadou Mbaye
Concordia University Montreal · Simone de Beauvoir Institute

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Publications (11)
Technical Report
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This report advocates for the importance of gender mainstreaming in the context of West African research through the establishment of a community of practice. It mainly stresses the importance of taking into account the local context and "Africanizing" gender mainstreaming and the integration of sex and gender approaches for more effective implemen...
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This policy brief contains a framework that members of research ethics committees can use to conduct a sex- and gender-based analysis of research protocols concerning COVID-19 and other health emergencies.
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Evolution of Community engagement in the fight against Ebola Context: Community engagement is one of the most effective approaches to the fight against Ebola. It has been shown to be effective in other contexts and was implemented in Guinea for two years to reduce the spread of the Ebola Outbreak. Methods: This article is based on a qualitative app...
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In 2006, the Senegalese government introduced the "Plan Sésame", an unprecedented policy in West Africa aimed at reducing social vulnerability among the elderly (i.e. people aged over 60 years). This paper examines the process of implementation of the "Plan Sdsame': Using a qualitative approach, the study was based on a unique case study authorized...
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“Good intentions are not enough” : analysis of a health policy for the elderly in Senegal In 2006, the Senegalese government introduced the “Plan Sésame”, an unprecedented policy in West Africa aimed at reducing social vulnerability among the elderly (i.e. people aged over 60 years). This paper examines the process of implementation of the “Plan Sé...
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In 2007, the number of caesarean sections performed in Senegal increased by 124% compared to the number of caesarean sections recorded before the introduction of a C-section funding initiative in 2006. The rate of increase varies in different regions and hospitals, with some hospitals performing caesarean sections in over 50% of deliveries. The pur...
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‘Doing more to earn more’: caesarean sections based on three cases of exemption from payment in Senegal In 2007, the number of caesarean sections performed in Senegal increased by 124% compared to the number of caesarean sections recorded before the introduction of a C-section funding initiative in 2006. The rate of increase varies in different reg...
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Why is social action politically so difficult to manage, especially in the field of health and above all when it concerns health care for immigrant populations? This article examines this question by analysing public policies concerning the situation of migrants living with HIV/Aids in France.
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Depuis la fin des annees quatre-vingt-dix, au corps de l’etranger comme force de travail s’est substitue le corps de l’etranger comme corps souffrant. Autrefois confinee dans la sphere privee, la souffrance de l’immigre est desormais mediatisee pour legitimer sa presence dans le pays d’accueil. En France, elle est meme devenue une arme politique. A...
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The inscription on the public agenda of migrants living with HIV/AIDS wasdelayed in France mainly by the model of republican unity, the cul- turalistapproach and the choice of the statistical categories. Its was after the arrivalof the antiŕroviral treatments, which ś the issue into afavourable context, that this specific problem was treated by the...
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AIDS and therapeutic immigration in France : myths and realities The inscription on the public agenda of migrants living with HIV/ AIDS was delayed in France mainly by the model of republican unity, the culturalist approach and the choice of the statistical categories. Its was after the arrival of the antiretroviral treatments, which set the issue...

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