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| ARTICLE | Am. J. innov. res. appl. sci. Volume 13, Issue 4, Pages xx-xx (October, 2021)
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American Journal of Innovative Research & Applied Sciences
American Journal of innovative
Research & Applied Sciences
ISSN 2429-5396 (Online)
OCLC Number: 920041286
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| Jolie Wanesse Danielle Douzo 1.2* | Chiayé larissa Koffi 3 | Goha René Bie 4 | N’goran Jean Paul Yao 1 | Kouamé Léger Djeya 1 | Abdelkabir Toufiq 2 | et | Zéli Bruno Digbehi 1 |
1. University Felix Houphouet Boigny | Department of Marine Geosciences | UFR of Earth Sciences and Mining Resources | Abidjan| Ivory Coast | 22 BP 582 Abidjan 22 | 2. University Chouaïb Doukkali | Laboratory of Environment Geosciences and Techniques | Department of Geology | Faculty of Sciences, | Morocco | BP 20, 24000 El Jadida |
3. University of Man| Department of Mines and Reservoirs | UFR of Geological and Mining Sciences | Man | Ivory Coast | BP 20 Man |
4. University Jean Lorougnon Guédé | Laboratory of Earth and Environmental Sciences | UFR de l`Environnement | Daloa Ivory Coast | 12 BP 25 Daloa 12 |
*Corresponding author Author & Copyright Author © 2021: | Mohamed Doumbouya 1* |. All Rights Reserved. All articles published in American Journal of Innovative
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CONTRIBUTION TO THE MORPHO-SEDIMENTARY STUDY OF THE DEPOSITS OF SOUTHWESTERN IVORY COAST: LITOSTRATIGRAPHY AND PALEOENVIRONMENT
| Jolie Wanesse Danielle Douzo 1. 2* | Chiayé larissa Koffi 3 | Goha René Bie 4 | N’goran Jean Paul Yao 1 | Kouamé Léger Djeya 1 | Abdelkabir Toufiq 2 | et | Zéli Bruno Digbehi 1 |. Am. J. innov. res. appl. sci. 2021; 13(4):XX-XX.
| PDF FULL TEXT | | XML FILE | | Received | August 30, 2021 | | Accepted | October 01, 2021 | | Published | October 05, 2021 |
Introduction: The diarrheal diseases of food causes remain a major cause of morbidity and mortality of children under 5 years old in various health zones of Eastern DR Congo in general and South-Kivu province in particular. The last two years, Kadutu health zone had recorded diarrhea cases exceeding the action level. Aim and Objectives: This study was proposed to help reducing cases of diarrhea belongings to different contaminations registered in the studied health zone, by (i) determining the socio-demographic and economic characteristics of the studied population (2i) determining frequency of disease, (3i) assessment of knowledge about the disease and causes relating thereto and (4i) identification of factors associated with diarrheal diseases. Methods: An analytical cross-sectional study was conducted among 291 women of childbearing age spread in Kadutu health areas were considered in this study from January to June 2018. Collected data encoding was performed using Excel software 8.0 (2016) and analyzed by Epi-Info 3.5.1. (2016). Frequencies, percentages, mean and standard deviation were calculated, the Odds ratio and confidence intervals fixed at 95% observed with a significance degree of 5%. Results: 48.8% of respondents were aged <25 years. 55.3% of women had observed diarrhea in the last 6 months, 72.9% had a child with diarrhea. 84.3% interviewees practice the hand washing. The type of food before episode of diarrhea (p=0.002), the changes of food ration composition (p=0.0001), medicines used for diarrhea treatment (p=0.0001), presence of diarrhea in the last 6 months (p=0.0001) and the child’s gender (p=0.0001) are statistically high significant factors for diarrheal diseases. Conclusion: In view of these results, ensuring quality training to women on the incidence of diarrheal diseases will solve the problem. Personal hygiene can make a good prevention of diarrheal disease in all cases.
Keywords: endemic-epidemic diseases; infectious disease; food contamination; diarrheal diseases; frequency; associated factors.