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    • COVID-19:

      COVID-19: "African countries need reinforcement in terms of qualified medical staff, medical supplies, and equipment, as well as medicines."

      Interview with Nicolas Mouly, ALIMA’s Program Manager for Emergency Response and Country Openings...

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    • COVID-19:

      COVID-19: "African health systems are very fragile and not ready to face this pandemic."

      Interview with Dr. Papys Lame, Medical Manager for ALIMA’s Emergency and Country Openings Service ...

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    • COVID-19: ALIMA alerts on the critical situation in Africa

      COVID-19: ALIMA alerts on the critical situation in Africa

      The risk of the transmission of COVID-19 in Africa is of particular concern because of the limited resources of countries to provide appropriate care to patients and to put in place an adequate response. Since the end of January, in it’s 11 countries of operation and in Senegal (where its headquarte...

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    • Press release: ALIMA calls for the emergency deployment of staff, medicine and materials necessary for all humanitarian activities in Africa

      Press release: ALIMA calls for the emergency deployment of staff, medicine and materials necessary for all humanitarian activities in Africa

      "It's just a matter of days before the virus spreads further across the African continent. In sub-Saharan Africa, however, health systems are already very fragile. If the epidemic spreads to these regions, we can expect a much higher mortality rate than in the rest of the world," says Augustin Augie...

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    • Coronavirus outbreak in Africa?

      Coronavirus outbreak in Africa?

      ALIMA (The Alliance for International Medical Action) prepares to provide support to national authorities to limit the possible spread in Africa....

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    • LASSA FEVER IN NIGERIA: ALIMA treats patients despite lack of funding

      LASSA FEVER IN NIGERIA: ALIMA treats patients despite lack of funding

      A new outbreak of Lassa fever has been affecting Nigeria since late 2019. Since January, more than 500 confirmed cases have been recorded, and 26 of the country's 36 states are currently affected. ALIMA (The Alliance for International Medical Action) is treating patients at the Owo Federal Medical C...

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