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  • One of USAID’s priority goals in Guinea is to end preventable child and maternal deaths.

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  • USAID programs help improve reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health in Guinea.

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  • USAID works together with the Government of Guinea to improve agricultural productivity.

  • USAID’s health efforts in Guinea include rebuilding trust between communities and health facilities after the Ebola outbreak in the country.

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The project has trained more than 1,300 volunteer CHWs in malaria community case management including the use of rapid diagnostic tests to confirm infection, the administration of antimalarial medicines to treat diagnosed cases, the referral of severe malaria cases to health facilities and behavior change communication.
Better Access to Medicine, Bed Nets Reduces Malaria Cases in Rural Guinea
USAID has trained many health workers and rehabilitated and equipped hospitals and health facilities with modern medical equipment to provide high-impact maternal and child health services.
Modern Equipment Bolsters Maternal Health Care in Rural Guinea
USAID-supported workshops help the Health Commission of National Assembly of Guinea become more transparent.
How Guinea’s Government Is Collaborating to Improve Health Care

About Guinea

Guinea is a predominantly Muslim country with a population of 12.6 million. It has the largest reserves of bauxite in the world, and is the second largest producer of the mineral. Despite the country’s mineral wealth, it is one of the poorest countries in the world, with a GDP per capita of $523. Its successful November 2010 elections marked the first time in more than 50 years that the country held peaceful, democratic presidential elections. The elections were seen by the international community as a turning point for the country’s political stability and future development. Even though the successful presidential elections created unprecedented development opportunities, the government continued to face a myriad development challenges. In 2014, a decline in commodity prices and fears surrounding the Ebola outbreak led to sharply weaker growth, as activity in mining, services, and agriculture contracted.

Last updated: June 30, 2017

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Mission Contact

B.P. 603
Conakry Guinea
+224 3046 8715
+224 3046 8714

USAID Contact

Richard Driscoll
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
, DC