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    • Testimony from the field: 3 questions to Clarisse, Nutritional Assistant in Chad

      Testimony from the field: 3 questions to Clarisse, Nutritional Assistant in Chad

      Clarisse Allaira Bakada has been running awareness campaigns at the Intensive Therapeutic Feeding Center (ITFC) within the Chad-China Friendship Hospital in N'Djaména, Chad, since 2013. A midwife by profession, a key part of her job is to lead information sessions every morning for mothers of childr...

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    • Humanitarian Leaders call for a Transformation in Acute Malnutrition Treatment

      Humanitarian Leaders call for a Transformation in Acute Malnutrition Treatment

      Acute malnutrition is a major global public health threat. At least 50 million children under five suffer from acute malnutrition (an extreme loss of weight that impairs health), and nearly 50% of under five deaths are driven by malnutrition. Acute malnutrition has been – and remains – highly treata...

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    • DRC: More than 60% of patients cured within ALIMA’s Ebola Treatment Center

      DRC: More than 60% of patients cured within ALIMA’s Ebola Treatment Center

      After more than a year of caring for Ebola patients at the Ebola Treatment Center (ETC) in Beni, Democratic Republic of the Congo, ALIMA (The Alliance for International Medical Action) is transferring the management of the center to Doctors Without Borders / Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF). Thanks to...

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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: "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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