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Humanitarian crisis in the Sahel: ALIMA strengthens its Rapid Response Mechanism
Large-scale population displacements, a proliferation of armed attacks and high levels of food insecurity have contributed to a humanitarian emergency in the ‘three-border zone’ of Burkina Faso, Mali ...
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 und...
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 f...
NIGERIA: Urgent support needed to respond to outbreak of Lassa fever
The medical NGO ALIMA (The Alliance for International Medical Action) is calling for urgent support, as the organization supports the care of patients affected by an outbreak of Lassa fever in souther...
EBOLA RETURNS TO DRC: ALIMA LAUNCHES EMERGENCY RESPONSE
Dakar/Kinshasa - Following the declaration of the second outbreak of Ebola this year in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), ALIMA (The Alliance for International Medical Action), in partnership wi...
N’Djamena: Urgent need to increase treatment capacity for severely malnourished children
Nigeria continues to respond to largest recorded Lassa fever outbreak
ALIMA (The Alliance for International Medical Action) continues to support the response to the ongoing outbreak of Lassa fever in Nigeria, which the World Health Organization says is now the largest e...
GUINEA: TWO CONFIRMED EBOLA CASES, ALIMA REOPENS EMERGENCY TREATMENT CENTER
Conakry, March 17, 2016 – ALIMA (The Alliance for International Medical Action) today reopened its emergency Ebola treatment center in N’Zérékoré, Guinea, to admit two confirmed Ebola patients. ALIMA ...