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    • ‘Inside the Ebola Response’: ALIMA presents at Devex event

      ‘Inside the Ebola Response’: ALIMA presents at Devex event

      ALIMA (The Alliance for International Medical Action) was invited to speak at a special online event, hosted by the international development news agency Devex, on June 18th, to discuss the ongoing response to the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), which has now spread int...

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    • EBOLA in the DRC one year on ALIMA strengthens community involvement to stop the outbreak

      EBOLA in the DRC one year on ALIMA strengthens community involvement to stop the outbreak

      One year after the declaration of the Ebola Virus Disease in North Kivu, a province in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), the country’s largest-ever recorded outbreak of the hemorrhagic fever is still not under control. As the epicenter of the outbreak first moved from the Mabalako h...

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    • Testimony:

      Testimony: "How will I continue my exams to get into university"

      A Congolese student infected with the Ebola virus succeeds in taking his baccalaureate (high school diploma) exam. ...

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    • Aminata's smile: Midwife in Mauritania (Photo story)

      Aminata's smile: Midwife in Mauritania (Photo story)

      Aminata - she's the kind of person who takes you in with a smile! A midwife from the Mauritanian town of Rosso, along the Senegalese border, Aminata came here to Bassikounou, about 80 km from the border with Mali, for her work....

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    • ALIMA's CUBE in the spotlight at WHO's 72nd World Health Assembly

      ALIMA's CUBE in the spotlight at WHO's 72nd World Health Assembly

      By invitation of the World Health Organisation (WHO), ALIMA (The Alliance for International Medical Action) has the honor of presenting the CUBE (a Biosecure Emergency Care Unit for Outbreaks) this week at the Palace of Nations, within the United Nations Headquarters in Geneva, during the 72nd World...

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    • MEET THE NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF ALIMA USA: CHARLIE KUNZER

      MEET THE NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF ALIMA USA: CHARLIE KUNZER

      In December, the Board Of Directors of ALIMA USA unanimously appointed Charlie Kunzer as the new Executive Director to lead its activities in the United States. Charlie is no stranger to the organization, as she was the first employee of ALIMA USA, establishing the office in New York in 2015. "W...

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    ‘Inside the Ebola Response’: ALIMA presents at Devex event

    ALIMA (The Alliance for International Medical Action) was invited to speak at a special online event, hosted by the international development news agency Devex, on June 18th, to discuss the ongoing response to the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), which has now spread int...

    https://www.alima-ngo.org/en/-inside-the-ebola-response--alima-presents-at-devex-event



    EBOLA in the DRC one year on ALIMA strengthens community involvement to stop the outbreak

    One year after the declaration of the Ebola Virus Disease in North Kivu, a province in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), the country’s largest-ever recorded outbreak of the hemorrhagic fever is still not under control. As the epicenter of the outbreak first moved from the Mabalako h...

    https://www.alima-ngo.org/en/ebola-drc-one-year-alima-strengthens-community-involvement-to-stop-the-outbreak



    Testimony: "How will I continue my exams to get into university"

    A Congolese student infected with the Ebola virus succeeds in taking his baccalaureate (high school diploma) exam. ...

    https://www.alima-ngo.org/en/testimony-how-will-i-continue-my-exams-to-get-into-university-



    Aminata's smile: Midwife in Mauritania (Photo story)

    Aminata - she's the kind of person who takes you in with a smile! A midwife from the Mauritanian town of Rosso, along the Senegalese border, Aminata came here to Bassikounou, about 80 km from the border with Mali, for her work....

    https://www.alima-ngo.org/en/aminata-s-smile-midwife-in-mauritania-



    ALIMA's CUBE in the spotlight at WHO's 72nd World Health Assembly

    By invitation of the World Health Organisation (WHO), ALIMA (The Alliance for International Medical Action) has the honor of presenting the CUBE (a Biosecure Emergency Care Unit for Outbreaks) this week at the Palace of Nations, within the United Nations Headquarters in Geneva, during the 72nd World...

    https://www.alima-ngo.org/en/alima-s-cube-in-the-spotlight-at-who-s-72nd-world-health-assembly



    MEET THE NEW EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF ALIMA USA: CHARLIE KUNZER

    In December, the Board Of Directors of ALIMA USA unanimously appointed Charlie Kunzer as the new Executive Director to lead its activities in the United States. Charlie is no stranger to the organization, as she was the first employee of ALIMA USA, establishing the office in New York in 2015. "W...

    https://www.alima-ngo.org/en/meet-the-new-executive-director-of-alima-usa-charlie-kunzer



    NEWS FROM THE FIELD

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    2019-04-11
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    Ebola emergency in the DRC - Operational update on ALIMA's activities - April 11, 2019
    2019-04-11
    2019-04-11
    ALIMA co-authors article in the New England Journal of Medicine on improving the care of Ebola patients

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