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Migration et accès aux services de santé dans le district de Bamako : une analyse par approche géomatique

Abstract : This thesis aims to contribute to the understanding of Bamako people’s access to healthcare according to their migratory status. Indeed, despite the large share of Bamako’s populations of migrant origin, we have little knowledge of their access to health services. With geographic and geomatic tools and methods, we were able to study access to health services for native and migrant populations of Bamako. While it is undeniable that health services and especially basic services are abundant and well distributed in Bamako, it should be noted that this offer suffers from several problems such as the permanent availability of qualified personnel, the quality of services offered and the dysfunctions between health structures. Despite the abundance of healthcare in Bamako, the recourse rate remains too low. This shows that access to care is not limited to the physical availability of health facilities. The renunciation of care is explained by an interweaving of factors even if the perception of the severity of the disease, the position in the household and the profession appear more. If the study did not find notorious differences in the access to the care according to the migratory status of the population, it nevertheless showed that recourse strategies and health status change with length of residence in Bamako
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Mamadou Keïta. Migration et accès aux services de santé dans le district de Bamako : une analyse par approche géomatique. Géographie. Université Rennes 2; Université de Bamako. Faculté des langues, arts et sciences humaines, 2018. Français. ⟨NNT : 2018REN20074⟩. ⟨tel-02887090v2⟩

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