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An analysis of medical visits at a primary health care center in Kinshasa, Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC)

      The Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is one of the poorest countries in the world [
      U.S. PRESIDENT’S MALARIA INITIATIVE.
      ] and it is classified globally at the rank 176 out of 188 countries based on the 2016 Human Development Index [
      U.S. PRESIDENT’S MALARIA INITIATIVE.
      ]. It is estimated that 63% of the population in DRC lives on less than $1/day [
      U.S. PRESIDENT’S MALARIA INITIATIVE.
      ] and only 25% has access to health care structures [
      • Malaria Care
      Improving malaria case management in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.
      ].
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