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General information for Burkina Faso


Burkina Faso
Continent: Africa
Capital: Ouagadougou
Population: 16241811
Area (in sq km): 274200.0

Haemoglobinopathy-specific healthcare policy information for Burkina Faso

Healthcare policyComment/InfoReference
SCD newborn screening: NoPilot screening centre in Ouagadougou.[PMID: 19103858]
Dedicated treatment centres: NoPilot Centre run inside Saint Camille Hospital, Ouagadougou, since 2015. From: www.fondationpierrefabre.org
Blood transfusion availability: Yes (National)Not all regions are covered by the National Blood Transfusion Centre.[PMID: 21736582]

Prevalence and incidence of major haemoglobinopathies in Burkina Faso

HaemoglobinopathyComment/InfoReference
Prevalence of β-thalassaemia carriers: 2.6 % of the population[PMID: 11545326]
Prevalence of sickle cell disease carriers: 7.3 % of the population[PMID: 26633548]
Prevalence of Hb C carriers: 16.9 % of the population[PMID: 26633548]
Incidence of sickle cell disease: 3124 affected births/yearMedian value estimated using statistical model and demographic data.[PMID: 23103089]

Mutation frequencies in Burkina Faso

No mutation frequencies are currently available for Burkina Faso

Organisations in Burkina Faso

Organisations in Burkina Faso are currently not available


Microattributions

A/AContributor(s)DateComments
1Elion, Jacques2017-10-17Information on SCD newborn screening reviewed.

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