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Just published the issue no 1 of the « Cahier de IRIS WEB du Bois » which focuses on "World Health: Epidemic, Society, Economy and Politics in the Sahel. Crossed views on Covid-19", under the direction of Bakary Toumanion and Sergio Giani, Figuira Editions, Bamako, Mali.

The IRIS WEB DU BOIS institute is a space for multidisciplinary and scientific reflection and production, focused on issues of sustainable development in Africa. It is affiliated with the School of High Studies in Public Health of Bamako. It operates as a continuity of reflections and actions with the "Mandé M’Blon" Research and Development Circle, which was created by an interdisciplinary team of researchers and developers in 2015 at Sibi, in the frame of FESCAURI. This first IRIS WEB DU BOIS booklet, which presents "Crossed views on Covid-19", therefore follows the previous three booklets of FESCAURI, in particular on "Traditional Medicine and Divinatory Arts" (December 2016), on Climate Change and Local Knowledge (November 2018), and on “Spaces, Societies and Health: The Rites of Passage” (September 2019). Resulting from the work of a multidisciplinary and multicultural team of researchers, this notebook has the originality and the interest of addressing the issue of Covid-19 from various angles (epidemiological, economic, socio-anthropological, political, without forgetting the health’ traditional knowledge and know-how). Therefore, it is worth to be read with attention and commitment, as a source of reflection and action.

Figuira Editions, Bamako. E-Mail : figuiraeditions@gmail.com; tél. : 00223.73349271

Copies of the Cahier are available at the « School of High Studies in Public Health» - Bamako

Table of Contents
Préface

Titre I : Santé mondiale : Mobilité épidémiologique, distanciation sociale et décisions politiques face à la Covid-19, de Bakary Toumanion

Titre II : Covid-19 : Fermeture des frontières, couloirs humanitaires, immunité collective, distanciation physique ou riposte locale ?, de Sergio Giani

Titre III : Santé mondiale face à la Covid-19. Réalités épidémiologiques, pratiques sociales et cohérence des décisions politiques, de Mariam Santara et Nadie Wilikpan Bikobwa

Titre IV: Afrique : les défis économiques post-Covid-19, de Souleymane Astou Diagne

Titre V : Analyse de l’évolution de la pandémie de Covid-19 au Mali, d’Assétou Bouare et Moussa Samake

Titre VI : Savoirs et savoir-faire traditionnels africains en matière de santé : Contribution des ressources de la médecine et pharmacopée traditionnelles à la lutte contre la Covid-19, de Rokia Sanogo

Titre VII : Connaissances, attitudes et pratiques des tradipraticiens de santé du district de Bamako concernant la lutte contre la maladie à coronavirus, de Sergio Giani, Korotoumou Traore et Rokia Sanogo

Titre IIX : Analyse socio-anthropologique de l’épidémie de la Covid-19 au Mali, d’Amadou Bablé Traoré

Titre IX : La résilience des systèmes de santé des pays ouest-africains dans la réponse à la pandémie de Covid-19, de Moussa Sanogo et Zakaria Gansane

Titre X : Le Mali à l’épreuve de la crise de la Covid-19 : une analyse des conséquences économiques, d’Etienne Fakaba Sissoko et Khalid Dembélé

Titre XI : Stratégies d’adaptation et de résilience du monde professionnel face à la pandémie de Covid-19. Le cas du Mali, de Birama Bagayogo

Titre XII : Gestion africaine de l’épidémie de Covid-19. Observations et contribution de l’Institut Mandela, de Paul Kananura

Annexe no 1 : Présentation de l’IRIS – W.E.B. DU BOIS

Annexe no 2 : Photos et biographies des auteurs

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