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    Ebola survivors. Photo:WHO/Lianne Gutcher

    Update on Ebola drug trial: two strong performers identified

    11 August 2019 -- The co-sponsors of the Ebola therapeutics trial in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) have announced advances that will bring patients a better chance of survival. Two out of the four drugs being tested are more effective in treating Ebola. Moving forward, these are the only drugs that future patients will be treated with. Details of the changes are available in this WHO/NIAID/INRB release.

    Ebola survivors. Photo:WHO/Lianne Gutcher

    Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo declared a Public Health Emergency of International Concern

    17 July 2019 - WHO Director-General Dr. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus today declared the Ebola virus disease (EVD) outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) a Public Health Emergency of International Concern (PHEIC).

    High-level meeting on the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo affirms support for Government-led response and UN system-wide approach

    15 July 2019 -- Almost a year after the outbreak of Ebola was declared in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo and with the number of new cases at worrying levels, the United Nations hosted a high-level meeting today in Geneva to take stock of the coordinated response and galvanize further support for the government-led effort to defeat the deadly disease.

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    Communities and coordination are crucial in fighting Ebola

    3 July 2019 Cibitoke, Burundi -- Close to the border with the Ebola-hit Democratic Republic of Congo, over 100 volunteer health workers are busily planning surveillance actions to detect potential Ebola cases and defend against the virus.

    The Ebola virus disease has moved closer to the 147 km land border between Burundi and the Democratic Republic of the Congo since the outbreak began in August 2018 in North Kivu.

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    More than a million people to be vaccinated in phase 2 of a huge cholera vaccination campaign in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

    More than a million people to be vaccinated in phase 2 of a huge cholera vaccination campaign in the Democratic Republic of the Congo

    3 JULY 2019 MBUJI-MAYI / GENEVA -- Phase 2 of the biggest ever oral vaccination campaign against cholera is scheduled to take place from 3-8 July 2019 in 15 health districts in the four central provinces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo - Kasa?, Kasa? Oriental, Lomami et Sankuru. The second dose of vaccine confers lasting immunity against cholera, and is being targeted at 1 235 972 people over 1 year of age. The 5-day, door-to-door campaign will involve 2632 vaccinators recruited mainly from local communities, whose job it is to administer the oral cholera vaccine, fill in vaccination cards and tally sheets, and compile a daily summary of the teams’ progress.

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    Behind the scenes in the Ebola response: The call centre manager

    27 June 2019 -- Much of the coverage of Ebola – rightfully – focuses on the communities that it affects the most. The teams that are at work on the ground are often only given voices through the organisations they represent. In this series of profiles, we are focusing on the people behind the scenes, whose quiet dedication is a vital part of the response to the Ebola outbreak.

    Alliance M. Honoré is in charge of the Ebola Alert call centre in Goma City.

    Winning the hearts of communities fearful of Ebola

    24 June 2019 Goma, Democratic Republic of the Congo – “You can’t take my son away because I know you will go kill him. You will inject him with Ebola. That’s what everybody here knows.”

    This response from an angry father, faced with the possibility that his son would be moved from a local hospital to an Ebola Treatment Centre, reflects the reality of containing an epidemic in an area where folklore, rumour and suspicion of outsiders abound.

    Dario Gramuglia

    Behind the scenes in the Ebola response : The logistician

    24 June 2019 --Dario Gramuglia is a Logistics Consultant supporting Ebola Treatment Centres in Butembo City.

    Logistics work means doing whatever is needed to provide support to the medical staff. Our work means that they can concentrate on the care of patients without worrying if there is a vehicle to go to hospital or back home later or whether there will be the necessary equipment or drugs.

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