Bukavu, Democratic Republic of the Congo
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Mugumaarhahama Y.,Evangelical University in Africa | Ayagirwe R.B.B.,Evangelical University in Africa | Mutwedu V.B.,Evangelical University in Africa | Sadiki J.M.,Evangelical University in Africa | And 3 more authors.
Livestock Research for Rural Development | Year: 2016

This work describes local chicken’s production systems and their constraint and opportunities in low and high land of South-Kivu province in the eastern of the Democratic Republic of Congo. Survey was conducted on 304 chief of households using a structured questionnaire and participatory interviews. This investigation showed that in the lowland, chicken production system is under men control (68.4% of 150) while in highland it is under women control (79.7% of 154). These breeders are married (91.5%), aged of 37.9 ± 10.6 years, mostly having stopped their study at primary school level (42%) and exerting agriculture as main activity (74.8%). Chicken is the principal specie bred with on average 9.7 ± 7.3 heads per household and are local breed (92.5%), raised in divagation (95.7%) with no reproduction control by the breeder (95.7%). Main reason of local chicken production is income generation for household subsistence (42.3%) and their diet is essentially made of the bunch and kitchen scraps (55.1%). These chickens are weaned at 3.6 ± 1.9 months and while used in breeding at 7.6 ± 0.6 months. Each female has 2.7 ± 1.9 laying cycles per year for a period of 18.1 ± 5.5 days giving 14.1 ± 5.4 eggs per female and per cycle. Among them 9.8 ± 2.5 eggs will be hatched for 88.8% of hatching. Newcastle disease is the main health constraint raising twice to 3 times per year while house hygiene is the only prophylactic disease control practices used by farmers (90.8%). Improvements methods are as well proposed. © 2016, Fundacion CIPAV. All right reserved.


Mitima K.T.,Evangelical University in Africa | Ntamako S.,Panzi Hospital | Birindwa A.M.,Panzi Hospital | Mukanire N.,Panzi Hospital | And 3 more authors.
Journal of Infection in Developing Countries | Year: 2014

Methodology: Vaginal samples (n = 509) for bacteriological analysis were collected from women in Bukavu, eastern DR Congo, during their third trimester of pregnancy, along with information about age, education and socio-economic status, and medical and obstetric-gynecological history.Results: The overall GBS colonization rate was 20%. Colonization was significantly associated with low education, history of urinary infection during the pregnancy, history of premature childbirth or abortion, and HIV-positive serology, but was not significantly associated with socio-economic level or parity.Conclusions: The GBS colonization rate is similar to that found elsewhere on the continent. Further studies, with follow-up of neonates of infected mothers and evaluation of prevention/treatment strategies, are needed.Introduction: Maternal vaginal colonization by Streptococcus agalactiae (GBS) has an important impact on neonatal health but has not been studied in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The aim of this study was to determine its frequency and influencing factors. © 2014 Mitima et al.


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Bienvenu sur notre galerie images: Cliquer sur une image pour l'agrandir. Assemble Gnrale du RUPA 2016 UEA-ESRI Summer School Camp 2015 Formation en Environnement et Gestion durable des Ressources Naturelles (Phase II) Formation en Environnement et Gestion durable des Ressources Naturelles Projet Mumosho (Octobre 2014) Inauguration Officielle du Campus Ruhigita (Aot 2014) Summer School 2014


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Prsentation de la Facult d'Agronomie et Environnement Cette facult a pour entre autres objectifs de : - Former des ingnieurs agronomes ayant des aptitudes qui font face aux problmes des domaines connexes leur profession et rpondre aux attentes de leur milieu; - Dvelopper les capacits d'analyse du milieu et les aptitudes de communication; - Accrotre les comptences de gestion des ressources naturelles et des terrains; - Contribuer la vulgarisation agricole et la gestion raisonnable de l'environnement. Cette facult dtient deux laboratoires, dont la pdologie et le systme dinformation gographique (SIG) ...


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Mesdames, Messieurs, LUniversit vanglique en Afrique (UEA) est heureuse de vous accueillir sur son portail web pour vous livrer toute lactualit sur ses activits acadmiques, administratives et para-acadmiques. Cre en 1991 dans la ville de Bukavu, lUEA est une Universit prive utilit publique ...


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