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    • Trends and social differentials in child mortality in Rwanda 1990–2010: results from three demographic and health surveys 

      Musafili, Aimable; Essén, Birgitta; Baribwira, Cyprien; Binagwaho, Agnes; Persson, Lars-Åke; Selling, Katarina Ekholm (BMJ Publishing Group, 2015)
      Background: Rwanda has embarked on ambitious programmes to provide equitable health services and reduce mortality in childhood. Evidence from other countries indicates that advances in child survival often have come at the ...
    • Trends in Malaria Cases, Hospital Admissions and Deaths Following Scale-Up of Anti-Malarial Interventions, 2000–2010, Rwanda 

      Karema, Corine; Aregawi, Maru W; Rukundo, Alphonse; Kabayiza, Alain; Mulindahabi, Monique; Fall, Ibrahima S; Gausi, Khoti; Williams, Ryan O; Cibulskis, Richard; Fidele, Ngabo; Nyemazi, Jean-Pierre; Ngamije, Daniel; Umulisa, Irenee; Newman, Robert; Lynch, Michael; Binagwaho, Agnes (BioMed Central, 2012)
      Background: To control malaria, the Rwandan government and its partners distributed insecticide-treated nets (ITN) and made artemisinin-based combination therapy (ACT) widely available from 2005 onwards. The impact of these ...
    • Validating the Children’s Depression Inventory in the context of Rwanda 

      Binagwaho, Agnes; Fawzi, Mary C. Smith; Agbonyitor, Mawuena; Nsanzimana, Sabin; Karema, Corine; Remera, Eric; Mutabazi, Vincent; Shyirambere, Cyprien; Cyamatare, Patrick; Nutt, Cameron; Wagner, Claire; Condo, Jeanine; Misago, Nancy; Kayiteshonga, Yvonne (BioMed Central, 2016)
      Background: Depression is often co-morbid with chronic conditions, and when combined with HIV it can increase progression and reduce survival. A brief and accurate screening tool for depression among children living with ...
    • When One Can Infect Two: A Reflection on the Impact of HIV Discordance on Child HIV Infection 

      Binagwaho, Agnes; Ratnayake, Niloo; Mukherjee, Joia Stapleton; Mugabo, Jules; Karita, Etienne; Pegurri, Elisabetta (African Field Epidemiology Network, 2010)
      This is an opinion piece based on data and experience from Rwanda. The authors believe this opinion piece may help improve current programs on prevention of HIV transmission from mother to child in Africa taking into account ...