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Video: ALIMA in 2017
In 2017, ALIMA and its partners treated one million patients including 800,000 children under the age of five....
Optimizing the treatment of malnutrition
Since 2012, ALIMA and its partners have been training mothers and other caregivers across Africa to use a simple, tri-colored bracelet, known as the MUAC, to screen their children for the earliest si...
Caring for nomads: medical consultations by telephone
Since February 2017, ALIMA/BEFEN has been using mobile phone medical consultations to improve access to health care in Tchintabaraden.
Thanks to these telephone consultations, 342 patients - even th...
Caring for nomads: Mobile health clinics in Niger (video)
Since May 2016, ALIMA/BEFEN has improved access to healthcare in the Tchintabaraden health district thanks to the mobile clinics.
1865 consultations were recorded by our mobile teams between January...
Guinea: a race against time to control the measles outbreak
More than 3,500 children have been infected with measles in Guinea since January 2017. N’zerekore, in the southeastern forest region, is the most affected prefecture, with 513 cases reported between J...
Video: Caring, innovating, together in 2016
Niger: Rift valley fever outbreak
In Niger, in collaboration with the Ministry of Health, ALIMA has set up a support structure in Tchintabaraden, the area most affected by the outbreak.
ALIMA’s teams were alerted on August 22, aft...
Empowering mothers to prevent malnutrition
1.4 million children are suffering from severe acute malnutrition in the Sahel, according to figures from ECHO and UNICEF. ALIMA is exploring new ways of working with mothers to help diagnose malnutri...
Back from the field: Dr Bing
Clinical trial on Ebola in Guinea