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    • Testimony from the field: “Morale is important to defeat Ebola”

      Testimony from the field: “Morale is important to defeat Ebola”

      When caring for patients during an Ebola outbreak, medical treatment is not the only aspect of the care. Oléa Balayulu, a clinical psychologist and the head of ALIMA’s psychosocial team in Beni, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, where an outbreak of Ebola continues to affect North Kivu and I...

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    • "I Survived Ebola"

      Since an outbreak of Ebola was declared on August 1, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo's North Kivu and Ituri provinces, ALIMA has been caring for patients at our treatment center in the city of Beni. While Ebola can have a very high mortality rate, with early treatment, it is possible to be c...

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    • "I Survived Ebola"

      Since an outbreak of Ebola was declared on August 1, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo's North Kivu and Ituri provinces, ALIMA has been caring for patients at our treatment center in the city of Beni. While Ebola can have a very high mortality rate, with early treatment, it is possible to be c...

      Read more
    • Wemba's Story:

      Wemba's Story: "I knew my journey with Ebola wasn’t over yet"

      Kikopa “Wemba” Kambale used to work in the forests of the Democratic Republic of Congo’s Ituri province, chopping wood, to support his family. Today, the 36-year-old works at ALIMA’s Ebola Treatment Center in neighboring North Kivu province, in the city of Beni, where he cares for children who have ...

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    • DRC: ALIMA participates in a new therapeutic clinical trial on Ebola treatments in North Kivu

      DRC: ALIMA participates in a new therapeutic clinical trial on Ebola treatments in North Kivu

      The first patients have been enrolled in a one-of-a-kind therapeutic clinical trial at ALIMA’s (The Alliance for International Medical Action) Ebola Treatment Center in Beni, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), where an ongoing outbreak of the virus has infected more than 400 people. Usin...

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    • Back from Kasai:

      Back from Kasai: "in the heart of the void". A photographer’s testimony

      Alexis Huguet, is a freelance photographer who has been living in Africa for the past three years. Today he tells us about his second mission for ALIMA, which took him to the Kasai region in DRC. While some insecurity remains due to pockets of active armed militias, as displaced populations try to r...

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    Testimony from the field: “Morale is important to defeat Ebola”

    When caring for patients during an Ebola outbreak, medical treatment is not the only aspect of the care. Oléa Balayulu, a clinical psychologist and the head of ALIMA’s psychosocial team in Beni, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, where an outbreak of Ebola continues to affect North Kivu and I...

    https://www.alima-ngo.org/en/testimony-from-the-field-morale-is-important-to-defeat-ebola



    "I Survived Ebola"

    Since an outbreak of Ebola was declared on August 1, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo's North Kivu and Ituri provinces, ALIMA has been caring for patients at our treatment center in the city of Beni. While Ebola can have a very high mortality rate, with early treatment, it is possible to be c...

    https://www.alima-ngo.org/en/-i-survived-ebola-



    "I Survived Ebola"

    Since an outbreak of Ebola was declared on August 1, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo's North Kivu and Ituri provinces, ALIMA has been caring for patients at our treatment center in the city of Beni. While Ebola can have a very high mortality rate, with early treatment, it is possible to be c...

    https://www.alima-ngo.org/en/-i-survived-ebola-



    Wemba's Story: "I knew my journey with Ebola wasn’t over yet"

    Kikopa “Wemba” Kambale used to work in the forests of the Democratic Republic of Congo’s Ituri province, chopping wood, to support his family. Today, the 36-year-old works at ALIMA’s Ebola Treatment Center in neighboring North Kivu province, in the city of Beni, where he cares for children who have ...

    https://www.alima-ngo.org/en/testimony-of-wemba-i-knew-my-journey-with-ebola-wasn-t-over-yet-



    DRC: ALIMA participates in a new therapeutic clinical trial on Ebola treatments in North Kivu

    The first patients have been enrolled in a one-of-a-kind therapeutic clinical trial at ALIMA’s (The Alliance for International Medical Action) Ebola Treatment Center in Beni, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), where an ongoing outbreak of the virus has infected more than 400 people. Usin...

    https://www.alima-ngo.org/en/drc-alima-participates-in-a-new-therapeutic-clinical-trial-on-ebola-treatments-in-north-kivu-



    Back from Kasai: "in the heart of the void". A photographer’s testimony

    Alexis Huguet, is a freelance photographer who has been living in Africa for the past three years. Today he tells us about his second mission for ALIMA, which took him to the Kasai region in DRC. While some insecurity remains due to pockets of active armed militias, as displaced populations try to r...

    https://www.alima-ngo.org/en/back-from-kasai--in-the-heart-of-the-void--a-photographer-s-testimony



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    DRC: Ebola outbreak is stabilizing, but risk remains high

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