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    • Press release: Fears of a double health crisis as the COVID-19 epidemic continues to accelerate in Africa

      Press release: Fears of a double health crisis as the COVID-19 epidemic continues to accelerate in Africa

      As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact Africa, the situation remains worrying, particularly in the most fragile countries....

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    • DR CONGO: Training to save lives threatened by Ebola or Coronavirus

      DR CONGO: Training to save lives threatened by Ebola or Coronavirus

      In the Democratic Republic of the Congo, ALIMA is strengthening the capacity of multidisciplinary teams for the prevention and management of outbreaks, such as Coronavirus or Ebola, including quality patient care, in alignment with local needs....

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    • COVID-19:

      COVID-19: "We had to adapt very quickly and find new solutions to guarantee the safety of our teams in the field"

      Oumy Mbaye has been working as ALIMA’s Supply Manager for the past three years. Based at our headquarters in Dakar, Senegal, Oumy has carried out several missions in the field: in Cameroon, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo as part of the Ebola outbreak response, and in Nigeria and the Central...

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    • "At the moment, solidarity remains a major asset in dealing with the situation."

      Interview with Valérie Chanfreau, ALIMA's mental health specialist...

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    • Dakar: a patient cured of COVID-19 shares her story to raise awareness

      Dakar: a patient cured of COVID-19 shares her story to raise awareness

      In Dakar, Senegal, Anna*, a 24-year-old student suffering from COVID-19, was treated and cared for at the University Hospital of Fann. After five days in hospital, she was released cured. Anna looks back on her experience and sends a message to the Senegalese population....

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    • Dakar: a patient cured of COVID-19 shares her story to raise awareness

      Dakar: a patient cured of COVID-19 shares her story to raise awareness

      In Dakar, Senegal, Anna*, a 24-year-old student suffering from COVID-19, was treated and cared for at the University Hospital of Fann. After five days in hospital, she was released cured. Anna looks back on her experience and sends a message to the Senegalese population....

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    Press release: Fears of a double health crisis as the COVID-19 epidemic continues to accelerate in Africa

    As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact Africa, the situation remains worrying, particularly in the most fragile countries....

    https://www.alima-ngo.org/en/fears-of-a-double-health-crisis-as-the-covid-19-epidemic-continues-to-accelerate-in-africa-1



    DR CONGO: Training to save lives threatened by Ebola or Coronavirus

    In the Democratic Republic of the Congo, ALIMA is strengthening the capacity of multidisciplinary teams for the prevention and management of outbreaks, such as Coronavirus or Ebola, including quality patient care, in alignment with local needs....

    https://www.alima-ngo.org/en/dr-congo-training-to-save-lives-threatened-by-ebola-or-coronavirus



    COVID-19: "We had to adapt very quickly and find new solutions to guarantee the safety of our teams in the field"

    Oumy Mbaye has been working as ALIMA’s Supply Manager for the past three years. Based at our headquarters in Dakar, Senegal, Oumy has carried out several missions in the field: in Cameroon, in the Democratic Republic of the Congo as part of the Ebola outbreak response, and in Nigeria and the Central...

    https://www.alima-ngo.org/en/covid-19-we-had-to-adapt-very-quickly-and-find-new-solutions-to-guarantee-the-safety-of-our-teams-in-the-field-



    "At the moment, solidarity remains a major asset in dealing with the situation."

    Interview with Valérie Chanfreau, ALIMA's mental health specialist...

    https://www.alima-ngo.org/en/-at-the-moment-solidarity-remains-a-major-asset-in-dealing-with-the-situation-



    Dakar: a patient cured of COVID-19 shares her story to raise awareness

    In Dakar, Senegal, Anna*, a 24-year-old student suffering from COVID-19, was treated and cared for at the University Hospital of Fann. After five days in hospital, she was released cured. Anna looks back on her experience and sends a message to the Senegalese population....

    https://www.alima-ngo.org/en/dakar-a-patient-cured-of-covid-19-shares-her-story-to-raise-awareness-



    Dakar: a patient cured of COVID-19 shares her story to raise awareness

    In Dakar, Senegal, Anna*, a 24-year-old student suffering from COVID-19, was treated and cared for at the University Hospital of Fann. After five days in hospital, she was released cured. Anna looks back on her experience and sends a message to the Senegalese population....

    https://www.alima-ngo.org/en/dakar-a-patient-cured-of-covid-19-shares-her-story-to-raise-awareness-



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    2020-04-03
    2020-04-03
    COVID-19 in Senegal: In Dakar, ALIMA supports health staff with triage and patient care
    2020-03-27
    2020-03-27
    COVID-19: "African countries need reinforcement in terms of qualified medical staff, medical supplies, and equipment, as well as medicines."

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