|Title||Signs of illness, treatment, and support for young children in Guinea: a prospective community study|
|Publisher||ORC Macro, Measure DHS|
This study examines how people involved in the lives of young children, including parents and other family members, recognize and treat childhood illness. Fieldwork was conducted in the province of Dabola in Upper Guinea (Haute Guinée) where the majority of the population is Malinké. The site for the fieldwork covered in this report was Konindou, a Malinké village located about 30 kilometers from Dabola Center, the capital of Dabola Province.
|»||Guinea - Enquête Démographique et de Santé 1999|