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R. Likikouët and H. Toure, Laboratory team: André Inwoley, François Rouet, Ramata Touré. Psycho-social team: Hortense Aka-Dago, Alphonse Sihé. Social-sciences team

M. Vl, F. Rb, D. Lb, and I. , Field work and data collection Statistical analysis: CS, VL. Interpretation of results: RB, VL, CS. First drafting of the manuscript: VL. Critical revision of the manuscript for important intellectual content, Author Contributions Study concept and design