Koutiala


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The following article is from The Great Soviet Encyclopedia (1979). It might be outdated or ideologically biased.

Koutiala

 

a city in southeastern Mali, in the Sikasso region. Population, 12,800 (1969). Koutiala is the center of one of the country’s main cotton-growing areas; it has a cotton-ginning plant.

The Great Soviet Encyclopedia, 3rd Edition (1970-1979). © 2010 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Un bus de transport en commun en direction de Bamako- Sevare et un camion venant de Koutiala pour Bamako, sont entres en collision dans les environs de 2h du matin (GMT), sur la route de Bla, faisant 6 morts et 40 blesses, selon la meme source.
The study protocol was reviewed and approved by two research ethics committees: one at Malone University, Ohio, USA and the other at the Hospital for Women & Children (HFE), a non-governmental hospital in Koutiala, in southern Mali.
Bonvillain et al., "Seroprevalence of hepatitis B surface antigen among pregnant women attending the hospital for women & children in Koutiala, Mali," South African Medical Journal, vol.
Some Muslims in Mali protested vehemently against a pamphlet in Bambara, entitled N'Kalon Siraw, that was published and circulated in Koutiala in south-eastern Mali by Protestant missionaries affiliated with the Church and Missionary Alliance, a North American evangelical Protestant denomination that has been very active in Mali for several decades.
"Nutrient composition and nutritional importance of green leaves and wild foods in an agricultural district, Koutiala, in Southern Mali", International Journal of Food Sciences and Nutrition, 47(6): 455-468.
Seroprevalance of hepatitis B surface antigen among pregnant women attending the Hospital for Women and Children in Koutiala, Mali.
[34.] Hatley A, Hallund J, Diarra MM and A Oshaug Food variety, socioeconomic status and nutritional status in urban and rural areas in Koutiala (Mali).
France is ready to give its full support to President Keita." The son of a civil servant, Keita was born in 1945 in the southern industrial city of Koutiala, the declining heartland of cotton production in the country.
The programme will benefit seven cities - Bamako, SiAAA'gou, Sikasso, Kayes, Mopti, Koutiala and Timbuktu.
I volunteered at the Koutiala Hospital for Women and Children during my gap year between high school and college.