INASA Activity Report
INASA emerged as an integral part of the process of reform for the Guinean health system to address public health challenges. This report for the period 2009-2014 is the first report of INASA, during its few years of existence.
The data in this visual report highlights the eight practices of Effective Cooperation for Development (EDC) in health in the national performance assessment of the 2016 International Health Partnership (IHP+) Monitoring Cycle.
This publication describes the effect of sublingual misoprostol on severe postpartum hemorrhage through a randomised double-blind placebo controlled trial in a primary health center in Guinea-Bissau.