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Marc-Antoine Pérouse de Montclos : Theories and battlegrounds in Africa

As an expert on African issues, the political scientist Marc-Antoine Pérouse de Montclos is particularly interested in the armed conflicts breaking out on the continent and their consequences for people living there. Enjoy this interview with someone who loves their work and doesn’t hesitate to go...
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How the world deals with abortion

Voluntary termination of pregnancy is the subject of ideological debate as well as health policies. Demographer Agnès Guillaume, co-author with Clémentine Rossier of an extensive review of the subject*, sheds light on the right, access to and practice of abortion in the world today.
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Carbon storage: what matters is the input!

After 15 years of climate smart agricultural practices in Madagascar, researchers are categorical: while these alternative methods help increase soil carbon storage, their effectiveness varies substantially. The assessment must therefore be carried out on the scale of the territory.
Le Burkina Faso s'empare du défi de la couverture santé universelle.

The challenge of universal health coverage

Universal health coverage is the theme of World Health Day , on 7 April. Are policy guidelines for its implementation, notably for the poorest, known and applied by health professionals? Possible answers from Burkina Faso.

Cultivating land for carbon

Soils from cultivated areas in tropical regions constitute largely underused carbon sinks. Increasing carbon stocks in soil has become critical to mitigate the effects of climate change but also increase soil fertility. What are the options?