Solar plant for new pediatric outpatient center in Bissau (Guinea)
Guinea Bissau has a global population of 1.7 million inhabitants, of which 500,000 are concentrated in its capital Bissau. 39.5% of the population is in an age group from 0-14 years, 20% between 15-24 years, with a life expectancy at birth of 49.5 years. In the ranking of the so-called Human Development Index (HDI), it is at 164th out of 169 countries, with a child mortality rate of 12% (in rural areas up to 18%) corresponding to the fourth-last place in the world ranking (in CH = 4 / 1000). The HIV seropositivity rate of the adult population is 10-15%, 7.9% in pregnant women.