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    • DRC: The miracle of child Ebola survivors

      DRC: The miracle of child Ebola survivors

      While children continue to be among the worst-affected by the ongoing Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo’s North Kivu and Ituri provinces, breakthroughs are being made in their chances of survival at ALIMA’s (The Alliance for International Medical Action) treatment center in the ...

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    • DRC: Ebola - Six months later, what’s been accomplished and what remains

      DRC: Ebola - Six months later, what’s been accomplished and what remains

      It has been nearly six months since an outbreak of Ebola was declared in the Democratic Republic of the Congo’s (DRC) North Kivu and Ituri provinces. The outbreak has since become the second-largest outbreak ever recorded. Fortunately, many lessons were learned during past outbreaks, and thanks to i...

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    • Innovation: Ebola response, what has changed between then and now?

      Innovation: Ebola response, what has changed between then and now?

      Lessons learned during the 2014-2016 West Africa Ebola epidemic have led to a number of improvements in outbreak response efforts. Dr. Marie-Claire Kolie, who previously responded to Ebola outbreaks in her home country of Guinea and in the Democratic Republic of the Congo’s (DRC) Equateur province,...

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    • NIGERIA: Urgent support needed to respond to outbreak of Lassa fever

      NIGERIA: Urgent support needed to respond to outbreak of Lassa fever

      The medical NGO ALIMA (The Alliance for International Medical Action) is calling for urgent support, as the organization supports the care of patients affected by an outbreak of Lassa fever in southern Nigeria’s Ondo State. ALIMA has been working alongside Nigeria’s Centre for Disease Control (NCDC)...

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    • Testimony from the field: 3 questions for Mireille, a midwife in CAR

      Testimony from the field: 3 questions for Mireille, a midwife in CAR

      The Central African Republic (CAR) suffers from one of the highest maternal mortality rates in the world, with 890 deaths per 100,000 births. The success of field programs depends above all on the team, who are there on the ground, and who, each day, try to make a difference. Midwives play an especi...

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    • Annual Report 2017

      Annual Report 2017

      In 2017, ALIMA cared for more than 1.5 million patients across 10 African countries. Read below and download our latest annual Report to learn more about our activities. ...

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    DRC: The miracle of child Ebola survivors

    While children continue to be among the worst-affected by the ongoing Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo’s North Kivu and Ituri provinces, breakthroughs are being made in their chances of survival at ALIMA’s (The Alliance for International Medical Action) treatment center in the ...

    https://www.alima-ngo.org/en/drc-the-miracle-of-child-ebola-survivors



    DRC: Ebola - Six months later, what’s been accomplished and what remains

    It has been nearly six months since an outbreak of Ebola was declared in the Democratic Republic of the Congo’s (DRC) North Kivu and Ituri provinces. The outbreak has since become the second-largest outbreak ever recorded. Fortunately, many lessons were learned during past outbreaks, and thanks to i...

    https://www.alima-ngo.org/en/drc-ebola-six-months-later-what-s-been-accomplished-and-what-remains



    Innovation: Ebola response, what has changed between then and now?

    Lessons learned during the 2014-2016 West Africa Ebola epidemic have led to a number of improvements in outbreak response efforts. Dr. Marie-Claire Kolie, who previously responded to Ebola outbreaks in her home country of Guinea and in the Democratic Republic of the Congo’s (DRC) Equateur province,...

    https://www.alima-ngo.org/en/innovation-ebola-response-what-has-changed-between-then-and-now



    NIGERIA: Urgent support needed to respond to outbreak of Lassa fever

    The medical NGO ALIMA (The Alliance for International Medical Action) is calling for urgent support, as the organization supports the care of patients affected by an outbreak of Lassa fever in southern Nigeria’s Ondo State. ALIMA has been working alongside Nigeria’s Centre for Disease Control (NCDC)...

    https://www.alima-ngo.org/en/nigeria-urgent-support-needed-to-respond-to-outbreak-of-lassa-fever



    Testimony from the field: 3 questions for Mireille, a midwife in CAR

    The Central African Republic (CAR) suffers from one of the highest maternal mortality rates in the world, with 890 deaths per 100,000 births. The success of field programs depends above all on the team, who are there on the ground, and who, each day, try to make a difference. Midwives play an especi...

    https://www.alima-ngo.org/en/testimony-from-the-field-3-questions-for-mireille-a-midwife-in-car



    Annual Report 2017

    In 2017, ALIMA cared for more than 1.5 million patients across 10 African countries. Read below and download our latest annual Report to learn more about our activities. ...

    https://www.alima-ngo.org/en/annual-report-2017



    THANK YOU FOR SUPPORTING US IN 2018

    In 2018, ALIMA and our partners treated 1.5 million patients across 10 African countries.

    NEWS FROM THE FIELD

    2018-12-13
    2018-12-13
    Testimony from the field: “Morale is important to defeat Ebola”
    2018-12-07
    2018-12-07
    "I Survived Ebola"
    2018-12-07
    2018-12-07
    "I Survived Ebola"

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    Caring, Innovating, Together

    MEDICAL CARE

    ALIMA provides high quality medical care to some of the world’s most vulnerable communities in West and Central Africa that are impacted by conflicts, epidemics or natural disasters.
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    INNOVATION AND RESEARCH

    ALIMA develops new and innovative solutions to the most urgent health problems affecting people in the countries where we work.
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    A UNIQUE ALLIANCE

    ALIMA works with a network of national and local medical organizations. By pooling our resources and expertise, we have greater access and a longer-lasting impacts for our patients.
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