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  • 💔💔 VIA @world
At least 1,241 people have died in the Ebola epidemic in the Democratic Republic of Congo in what has become the second largest #Ebola outbreak ever recorded in history. The outbreak started last August, and a third of those who have fallen ill are children, a higher proportion than previous outbreaks, according to the United Nations. Despite an effective new vaccine, the number of new cases has continued to rise in recent weeks, in part due to attacks on medical centers and community mistrust, according to the UN and the World Health Organization. Efforts to combat the epidemic are being severely hampered by attacks on treatment centers and health workers by militia groups, suspicion of the national government which is managing eradication efforts, and mistrust of the disease – which many residents view as a conspiracy – and of international medical experts who are trying to get patients into treatment centers, according to the New York Times. Since January, there have been 130 attacks on health facilities, which caused four deaths and injured 38 people, according to the UN. The outbreak has been contained in parts of Ituri and North Kivu provinces, but the UN and WHO said the risk of spread to other provinces and neighboring countries remains very high. On Friday, the UN and WHO announced in a joint statement that they are strengthening efforts to contain the epidemic. The UN has created a new Emergency Ebola Response Coordinator role and increased support for humanitarian coordination and preparedness and readiness planning. The WHO is implementing strategies to identify and treat people as quickly as possible, expanding vaccinations, and redoubling work to end transmission in health facilities. Additional UN measures will also be implemented to aid the work of non-governmental organizations and agencies already on the ground. (📷: Reuters, Getty, 📝: @kassy)
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Via @liv_n_luvbar_
  • 💔💔 VIA @world
    At least 1,241 people have died in the Ebola epidemic in the Democratic Republic of Congo in what has become the second largest #Ebola outbreak ever recorded in history. The outbreak started last August, and a third of those who have fallen ill are children, a higher proportion than previous outbreaks, according to the United Nations. Despite an effective new vaccine, the number of new cases has continued to rise in recent weeks, in part due to attacks on medical centers and community mistrust, according to the UN and the World Health Organization. Efforts to combat the epidemic are being severely hampered by attacks on treatment centers and health workers by militia groups, suspicion of the national government which is managing eradication efforts, and mistrust of the disease – which many residents view as a conspiracy – and of international medical experts who are trying to get patients into treatment centers, according to the New York Times. Since January, there have been 130 attacks on health facilities, which caused four deaths and injured 38 people, according to the UN. The outbreak has been contained in parts of Ituri and North Kivu provinces, but the UN and WHO said the risk of spread to other provinces and neighboring countries remains very high. On Friday, the UN and WHO announced in a joint statement that they are strengthening efforts to contain the epidemic. The UN has created a new Emergency Ebola Response Coordinator role and increased support for humanitarian coordination and preparedness and readiness planning. The WHO is implementing strategies to identify and treat people as quickly as possible, expanding vaccinations, and redoubling work to end transmission in health facilities. Additional UN measures will also be implemented to aid the work of non-governmental organizations and agencies already on the ground. (📷: Reuters, Getty, 📝: @kassy)
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    Via @liv_n_luvbar_
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  • (VIDEOS! 6/6 👉 Ebola Articles Swipe past videos! 👉) Ebola &  Infectious diseases and viruses.
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The medical community has build a pharmaceutical empire based on the fallacy that God has messed up his divine homeostasis and now they have to save us from God's creation using their patented for profit drugs..
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 If you want to protect yourself from so called infectious diseases then make sure your lymph system is flowing and the your eliminative organs are strong and vital. God gave us the tools to heal and improve our bodies (Fasting & Herbology)  Don't fall for the false medical doctrine that seeks to make you feel helpless and at the mercy of their bottom line.
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 The medical community has pushed humanity to this breaking point, Global pandemic are on the way and they will use these pandemic as their excuse to FORCE inoculate every human on Earth with their for-profit drugs, Effectively becoming the largest industry in the history of the planet bigger than weapons and oil, If they end up getting their way.
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 They will fear you into submission and your genetic line will be at the mercy of bureaucratic psychopaths...Not me, I will never hail man as greater then God.
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A global awakening to natural health is what will be required and its up to people like us to spear head this health revolution,
And we face a battle like no generations pior could conceive off.
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Stay vigilante guys, and God speed 🙏
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#ebola #virus #viruses #infection #infectiousdisease #vaccines #antivax #healing #health #vegan #healthvegan #pandemic #epidemic #naturalmedicine #bigpharma #pharmaceuticalindustrialcomplex #god #Detoxificationspecialist #detoxification #fasting #herbalremedy #herbalmedicine #vaccinedamage
  • (VIDEOS! 6/6 👉 Ebola Articles Swipe past videos! 👉) Ebola & Infectious diseases and viruses.
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    The medical community has build a pharmaceutical empire based on the fallacy that God has messed up his divine homeostasis and now they have to save us from God's creation using their patented for profit drugs..
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    If you want to protect yourself from so called infectious diseases then make sure your lymph system is flowing and the your eliminative organs are strong and vital. God gave us the tools to heal and improve our bodies (Fasting & Herbology) Don't fall for the false medical doctrine that seeks to make you feel helpless and at the mercy of their bottom line.
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    The medical community has pushed humanity to this breaking point, Global pandemic are on the way and they will use these pandemic as their excuse to FORCE inoculate every human on Earth with their for-profit drugs, Effectively becoming the largest industry in the history of the planet bigger than weapons and oil, If they end up getting their way.
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    They will fear you into submission and your genetic line will be at the mercy of bureaucratic psychopaths...Not me, I will never hail man as greater then God.
    _
    A global awakening to natural health is what will be required and its up to people like us to spear head this health revolution,
    And we face a battle like no generations pior could conceive off.
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    Stay vigilante guys, and God speed 🙏
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    #ebola #virus #viruses #infection #infectiousdisease #vaccines #antivax #healing #health #vegan #healthvegan #pandemic #epidemic #naturalmedicine #bigpharma #pharmaceuticalindustrialcomplex #god #Detoxificationspecialist #detoxification #fasting #herbalremedy #herbalmedicine #vaccinedamage
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  • Et c'est reparti pour les clubs santé. 
Au programme du jour : un tour d'horizon sur les différents symptômes, les modes de transmission et de prévention d #ebola 
#scoph #adolescentHealth 🍊💛
  • Et c'est reparti pour les clubs santé.
    Au programme du jour : un tour d'horizon sur les différents symptômes, les modes de transmission et de prévention d #ebola
    #scoph #adolescentHealth 🍊💛
  •  7  0  6 hours ago

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  • At least 1,241 people have died in the Ebola epidemic in the Democratic Republic of Congo in what has become the second largest Ebola outbreak ever recorded in history. The outbreak started last August, and a third of those who have fallen ill are children, a higher proportion than previous outbreaks, according to the United Nations. Despite an effective new vaccine, the number of new cases has continued to rise in recent weeks, in part due to attacks on medical centers and community mistrust, according to the UN and the World Health Organization. Efforts to combat the epidemic are being severely hampered by attacks on treatment centers and health workers by militia groups, suspicion of the national government which is managing eradication efforts, and mistrust of the disease – which many residents view as a conspiracy – and of international medical experts who are trying to get patients into treatment centers, according to the New York Times. Since January, there have been 130 attacks on health facilities, which caused four deaths and injured 38 people, according to the UN. The outbreak has been contained in parts of Ituri and North Kivu provinces, but the UN and WHO said the risk of spread to other provinces and neighboring countries remains very high. On Friday, the UN and WHO announced in a joint statement that they are strengthening efforts to contain the epidemic. The UN has created a new Emergency Ebola Response Coordinator role and increased support for humanitarian coordination and preparedness and readiness planning. The WHO is implementing strategies to identify and treat people as quickly as possible, expanding vaccinations, and redoubling work to end transmission in health facilities. Additional UN measures will also be implemented to aid the work of non-governmental organizations and agencies already on the ground. (📷: Reuters, Getty, 📝: @kassy)
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#ebola #ebolavirus #virus #disease #diseases #illness #sick #sickness #epidemic #outbreak #vaccine #vaccines #medical #medicalcenter #medicine #health #healthcare #doctor #doctors #medicalworker #humanitarian #humanitarianwork #congo #democraticrepublicofcongo #drc #africa #african
  • At least 1,241 people have died in the Ebola epidemic in the Democratic Republic of Congo in what has become the second largest Ebola outbreak ever recorded in history. The outbreak started last August, and a third of those who have fallen ill are children, a higher proportion than previous outbreaks, according to the United Nations. Despite an effective new vaccine, the number of new cases has continued to rise in recent weeks, in part due to attacks on medical centers and community mistrust, according to the UN and the World Health Organization. Efforts to combat the epidemic are being severely hampered by attacks on treatment centers and health workers by militia groups, suspicion of the national government which is managing eradication efforts, and mistrust of the disease – which many residents view as a conspiracy – and of international medical experts who are trying to get patients into treatment centers, according to the New York Times. Since January, there have been 130 attacks on health facilities, which caused four deaths and injured 38 people, according to the UN. The outbreak has been contained in parts of Ituri and North Kivu provinces, but the UN and WHO said the risk of spread to other provinces and neighboring countries remains very high. On Friday, the UN and WHO announced in a joint statement that they are strengthening efforts to contain the epidemic. The UN has created a new Emergency Ebola Response Coordinator role and increased support for humanitarian coordination and preparedness and readiness planning. The WHO is implementing strategies to identify and treat people as quickly as possible, expanding vaccinations, and redoubling work to end transmission in health facilities. Additional UN measures will also be implemented to aid the work of non-governmental organizations and agencies already on the ground. (📷: Reuters, Getty, 📝: @kassy)
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    #ebola #ebolavirus #virus #disease #diseases #illness #sick #sickness #epidemic #outbreak #vaccine #vaccines #medical #medicalcenter #medicine #health #healthcare #doctor #doctors #medicalworker #humanitarian #humanitarianwork #congo #democraticrepublicofcongo #drc #africa #african
  •  427  6  7 hours ago
  • It may not be making front-page news, but this Ebola outbreak needs your support. We’re now seeing 100+ cases per month—teams are working tirelessly to help, but it shows no signs of slowing down. Fear and misinformation are triggering violence against clinics and aid workers, making response even harder. 
We’re calling on the @who—and the entire international community—to scale up and help D.R. Congo stop this outbreak.

#Ebola #EbolaVirus #outbreak #health #humanitarian #emergency #WASH #NorthKivu #DRC #DRCongo #CongoDRC #aid #relief
  • It may not be making front-page news, but this Ebola outbreak needs your support. We’re now seeing 100+ cases per month—teams are working tirelessly to help, but it shows no signs of slowing down. Fear and misinformation are triggering violence against clinics and aid workers, making response even harder.
    We’re calling on the @who—and the entire international community—to scale up and help D.R. Congo stop this outbreak.

    #Ebola #EbolaVirus #outbreak #health #humanitarian #emergency #WASH #NorthKivu #DRC #DRCongo #CongoDRC #aid #relief
  •  77  0  8 hours ago
  • In the context of the on-going #Ebola outbreak in #DRC that was declared on 1 August 2018, a partnership between #RDF and @RwandaHealth, the exercise dubbed “Kumira Ebola Simulation Exercise” was held today at the Rugerero Heath Centre in Rubavu.
  • In the context of the on-going #Ebola outbreak in #DRC that was declared on 1 August 2018, a partnership between #RDF and @RwandaHealth, the exercise dubbed “Kumira Ebola Simulation Exercise” was held today at the Rugerero Heath Centre in Rubavu.
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  • May God give enough strength to their families to bear the irreparable loss. May the departed souls rest in peace. Pray for their souls.🙏🏻
#Repost @world (@get_repost)
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At least 1,241 people have died in the Ebola epidemic in the Democratic Republic of Congo in what has become the second largest Ebola outbreak ever recorded in history. The outbreak started last August, and a third of those who have fallen ill are children, a higher proportion than previous outbreaks, according to the United Nations. Despite an effective new vaccine, the number of new cases has continued to rise in recent weeks, in part due to attacks on medical centers and community mistrust, according to the UN and the World Health Organization. Efforts to combat the epidemic are being severely hampered by attacks on treatment centers and health workers by militia groups, suspicion of the national government which is managing eradication efforts, and mistrust of the disease – which many residents view as a conspiracy – and of international medical experts who are trying to get patients into treatment centers, according to the New York Times. Since January, there have been 130 attacks on health facilities, which caused four deaths and injured 38 people, according to the UN. The outbreak has been contained in parts of Ituri and North Kivu provinces, but the UN and WHO said the risk of spread to other provinces and neighboring countries remains very high. On Friday, the UN and WHO announced in a joint statement that they are strengthening efforts to contain the epidemic. The UN has created a new Emergency Ebola Response Coordinator role and increased support for humanitarian coordination and preparedness and readiness planning. The WHO is implementing strategies to identify and treat people as quickly as possible, expanding vaccinations, and redoubling work to end transmission in health facilities. Additional UN measures will also be implemented to aid the work of non-governmental organizations and agencies already on the ground. (📷: Reuters, Getty, 📝: @kassy)
#ebola #ebolavirus #virus #disease #epidemic #outbreak #humanitarian #congo #democraticrepublicofcongo #afarica
  • May God give enough strength to their families to bear the irreparable loss. May the departed souls rest in peace. Pray for their souls.🙏🏻
    #Repost @world (@get_repost)
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    At least 1,241 people have died in the Ebola epidemic in the Democratic Republic of Congo in what has become the second largest Ebola outbreak ever recorded in history. The outbreak started last August, and a third of those who have fallen ill are children, a higher proportion than previous outbreaks, according to the United Nations. Despite an effective new vaccine, the number of new cases has continued to rise in recent weeks, in part due to attacks on medical centers and community mistrust, according to the UN and the World Health Organization. Efforts to combat the epidemic are being severely hampered by attacks on treatment centers and health workers by militia groups, suspicion of the national government which is managing eradication efforts, and mistrust of the disease – which many residents view as a conspiracy – and of international medical experts who are trying to get patients into treatment centers, according to the New York Times. Since January, there have been 130 attacks on health facilities, which caused four deaths and injured 38 people, according to the UN. The outbreak has been contained in parts of Ituri and North Kivu provinces, but the UN and WHO said the risk of spread to other provinces and neighboring countries remains very high. On Friday, the UN and WHO announced in a joint statement that they are strengthening efforts to contain the epidemic. The UN has created a new Emergency Ebola Response Coordinator role and increased support for humanitarian coordination and preparedness and readiness planning. The WHO is implementing strategies to identify and treat people as quickly as possible, expanding vaccinations, and redoubling work to end transmission in health facilities. Additional UN measures will also be implemented to aid the work of non-governmental organizations and agencies already on the ground. (📷: Reuters, Getty, 📝: @kassy)
    #ebola #ebolavirus #virus #disease #epidemic #outbreak #humanitarian #congo #democraticrepublicofcongo #afarica
  •  123  1  8 hours ago
  • Starring Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winning actress Julianna Margulies (“The Good Wife,” “ER”) as Nancy Jaax, the six-hour, edge-of-your-seat thriller THE HOT ZONE will premiere over three nights beginning Memorial Day, May 27, at 9/8c. The limited series is produced by Fox 21 Television Studios, Lynda Obst Productions, and Scott Free Productions.
Watch redcarpet interviews-
https://www.richgirlnetwork.tv/videos/natgeos-the-hot-zone-premiere-27th-part-1/
https://www.richgirlnetwork.tv/videos/natgeos-the-hot-zone-premiere-27th-part-2/
#natgeo #thehotzone #ebola #juliannamargulies
  • Starring Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winning actress Julianna Margulies (“The Good Wife,” “ER”) as Nancy Jaax, the six-hour, edge-of-your-seat thriller THE HOT ZONE will premiere over three nights beginning Memorial Day, May 27, at 9/8c. The limited series is produced by Fox 21 Television Studios, Lynda Obst Productions, and Scott Free Productions.
    Watch redcarpet interviews-
    https://www.richgirlnetwork.tv/videos/natgeos-the-hot-zone-premiere-27th-part-1/
    https://www.richgirlnetwork.tv/videos/natgeos-the-hot-zone-premiere-27th-part-2/
    #natgeo #thehotzone #ebola #juliannamargulies
  •  16  0  9 hours ago
  • @unicefusa 🔥🔥 Oui oui oui #zairoiseries As the #Ebola outbreak in #DRCongo rages on, children are particularly vulnerable — not just to the virus, but the trauma of having loved ones infected by the disease. That's why UNICEF and partners set up a nursery next to the treatment center in Beni to care for children who have been orphaned or whose parents are being treated for Ebola. The nursery is staffed by Ebola survivors, who are now immune and provide much-needed comfort. To learn more about UNICEF's outbreak response and how you can help, check out the link in our bio. 📸: @unicefrdcongo
  • @unicefusa 🔥🔥 Oui oui oui #zairoiseries As the #Ebola outbreak in #DRCongo rages on, children are particularly vulnerable — not just to the virus, but the trauma of having loved ones infected by the disease. That's why UNICEF and partners set up a nursery next to the treatment center in Beni to care for children who have been orphaned or whose parents are being treated for Ebola. The nursery is staffed by Ebola survivors, who are now immune and provide much-needed comfort. To learn more about UNICEF's outbreak response and how you can help, check out the link in our bio. 📸: @unicefrdcongo
  •  9  0  11 hours ago
  • As the #Ebola outbreak in #DRCongo rages on, children are particularly vulnerable — not just to the virus, but the trauma of having loved ones infected by the disease. That's why UNICEF and partners set up a nursery next to the treatment center in Beni to care for children who have been orphaned or whose parents are being treated for Ebola. The nursery is staffed by Ebola survivors, who are now immune and provide much-needed comfort. To learn more about UNICEF's outbreak response and how you can help, check out the link in our bio. 📸: @unicefrdcongo
  • As the #Ebola outbreak in #DRCongo rages on, children are particularly vulnerable — not just to the virus, but the trauma of having loved ones infected by the disease. That's why UNICEF and partners set up a nursery next to the treatment center in Beni to care for children who have been orphaned or whose parents are being treated for Ebola. The nursery is staffed by Ebola survivors, who are now immune and provide much-needed comfort. To learn more about UNICEF's outbreak response and how you can help, check out the link in our bio. 📸: @unicefrdcongo
  •  777  5  12 hours ago
  • At least 1,241 people have died in the Ebola epidemic in the Democratic Republic of Congo in what has become the second largest Ebola outbreak ever recorded in history. The outbreak started last August, and a third of those who have fallen ill are children, a higher proportion than previous outbreaks, according to the United Nations. Despite an effective new vaccine, the number of new cases has continued to rise in recent weeks, in part due to attacks on medical centers and community mistrust, according to the UN and the World Health Organization. Efforts to combat the epidemic are being severely hampered by attacks on treatment centers and health workers by militia groups, suspicion of the national government which is managing eradication efforts, and mistrust of the disease – which many residents view as a conspiracy – and of international medical experts who are trying to get patients into treatment centers, according to the New York Times. Since January, there have been 130 attacks on health facilities, which caused four deaths and injured 38 people, according to the UN. The outbreak has been contained in parts of Ituri and North Kivu provinces, but the UN and WHO said the risk of spread to other provinces and neighboring countries remains very high. On Friday, the UN and WHO announced in a joint statement that they are strengthening efforts to contain the epidemic. The UN has created a new Emergency Ebola Response Coordinator role and increased support for humanitarian coordination and preparedness and readiness planning. The WHO is implementing strategies to identify and treat people as quickly as possible, expanding vaccinations, and redoubling work to end transmission in health facilities. Additional UN measures will also be implemented to aid the work of non-governmental organizations and agencies already on the ground. (📷: Reuters, Getty, 📝: @kassy)
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#ebola #ebolavirus #virus #disease #diseases #illness #sick #sickness #epidemic #outbreak #vaccine #vaccines #medical #medicalcenter #medicine #health #healthcare #doctor #doctors #medicalworker #humanitarian #humanitarianwork #congo #democraticrepublicofcongo #drc #africa #african
  • At least 1,241 people have died in the Ebola epidemic in the Democratic Republic of Congo in what has become the second largest Ebola outbreak ever recorded in history. The outbreak started last August, and a third of those who have fallen ill are children, a higher proportion than previous outbreaks, according to the United Nations. Despite an effective new vaccine, the number of new cases has continued to rise in recent weeks, in part due to attacks on medical centers and community mistrust, according to the UN and the World Health Organization. Efforts to combat the epidemic are being severely hampered by attacks on treatment centers and health workers by militia groups, suspicion of the national government which is managing eradication efforts, and mistrust of the disease – which many residents view as a conspiracy – and of international medical experts who are trying to get patients into treatment centers, according to the New York Times. Since January, there have been 130 attacks on health facilities, which caused four deaths and injured 38 people, according to the UN. The outbreak has been contained in parts of Ituri and North Kivu provinces, but the UN and WHO said the risk of spread to other provinces and neighboring countries remains very high. On Friday, the UN and WHO announced in a joint statement that they are strengthening efforts to contain the epidemic. The UN has created a new Emergency Ebola Response Coordinator role and increased support for humanitarian coordination and preparedness and readiness planning. The WHO is implementing strategies to identify and treat people as quickly as possible, expanding vaccinations, and redoubling work to end transmission in health facilities. Additional UN measures will also be implemented to aid the work of non-governmental organizations and agencies already on the ground. (📷: Reuters, Getty, 📝: @kassy)
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    #ebola #ebolavirus #virus #disease #diseases #illness #sick #sickness #epidemic #outbreak #vaccine #vaccines #medical #medicalcenter #medicine #health #healthcare #doctor #doctors #medicalworker #humanitarian #humanitarianwork #congo #democraticrepublicofcongo #drc #africa #african
  •  30,591  265  13 hours ago
  • The second-largest Ebola outbreak ever continues to spread, and health officials now say it’s likely to reach the populous city of Goma. Once there, the risk of it spreading beyond the Democratic Republic of Congo to Rwanda, South Sudan, or Uganda increases.⠀
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Only a fraction of the health centres in Goma, the capital of North Kivu province, are prepared for a large-scale outbreak. The city, about 300 kilometres from the outbreak’s epicentre, sits at a major trade and migration crossroads and borders Rwanda, where Kigali’s international airport is only 160 kilometres away.⠀
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Photo by @aclandoli Link in bio with reporting from South Sudan, DRC, and Uganda. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
#Ebola #Congo #NorthKivu #NordKivu #Ituri #health #drc #humanitarian
  • The second-largest Ebola outbreak ever continues to spread, and health officials now say it’s likely to reach the populous city of Goma. Once there, the risk of it spreading beyond the Democratic Republic of Congo to Rwanda, South Sudan, or Uganda increases.⠀
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    Only a fraction of the health centres in Goma, the capital of North Kivu province, are prepared for a large-scale outbreak. The city, about 300 kilometres from the outbreak’s epicentre, sits at a major trade and migration crossroads and borders Rwanda, where Kigali’s international airport is only 160 kilometres away.⠀
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    Photo by @aclandoli Link in bio with reporting from South Sudan, DRC, and Uganda. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀
    #Ebola #Congo #NorthKivu #NordKivu #Ituri #health #drc #humanitarian
  •  20  0  13 hours ago
  • "As a survivor it can be difficult," Justin Bwambale Muyisa told me in the living room of his home in Butembo in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. "Most people in this community still don't believe Ebola exists, or they'll think that I can still contaminate them. I survived Ebola, but now I'm hiding from my own community."
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My images and Rachel Jones' insightful words on the ongoing Ebola outbreak are out today in @natgeo. It was one of the toughest stories I've ever worked on -- already the second largest Ebola outbreak in history, and the first in an active war zone. And with an escalating number of new cases, there's no end in sight. Grateful to @jamesbwellford for believing in this story, and in me, the daily phone calls while reporting, and his sensitive edit here.
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The most inspiring thing about being there in the midst of such a difficult moment for Congo was getting to know a number of Ebola survivors like Justin, many of who are now working to support efforts to contain the virus, combat misinformation within their communities, or care for other Ebola patients. The ways in which they are moving forward in the face of great loss and continued stigma was humbling. I am also in awe of the remarkable health workers with the @who, @alima.ngo, @doctorswithoutborders, @icrc, local hospital and others, who continue to push forward in a risky and complicated environment to ensure that care is given to those who need it most.
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I hope you'll take a minute to read their stories, and learn more about this undercovered and underfunded crisis, and the perfect storm that is making it so difficult to stop.
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#ebola #drc #health #survivor @viiphoto
  • "As a survivor it can be difficult," Justin Bwambale Muyisa told me in the living room of his home in Butembo in eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. "Most people in this community still don't believe Ebola exists, or they'll think that I can still contaminate them. I survived Ebola, but now I'm hiding from my own community."
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    My images and Rachel Jones' insightful words on the ongoing Ebola outbreak are out today in @natgeo. It was one of the toughest stories I've ever worked on -- already the second largest Ebola outbreak in history, and the first in an active war zone. And with an escalating number of new cases, there's no end in sight. Grateful to @jamesbwellford for believing in this story, and in me, the daily phone calls while reporting, and his sensitive edit here.
    .
    The most inspiring thing about being there in the midst of such a difficult moment for Congo was getting to know a number of Ebola survivors like Justin, many of who are now working to support efforts to contain the virus, combat misinformation within their communities, or care for other Ebola patients. The ways in which they are moving forward in the face of great loss and continued stigma was humbling. I am also in awe of the remarkable health workers with the @who, @alima.ngo, @doctorswithoutborders, @icrc, local hospital and others, who continue to push forward in a risky and complicated environment to ensure that care is given to those who need it most.
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    I hope you'll take a minute to read their stories, and learn more about this undercovered and underfunded crisis, and the perfect storm that is making it so difficult to stop.
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    #ebola #drc #health #survivor @viiphoto
  •  677  12  14 hours ago
  • Local sources in the Democratic Republic of Congo said on Thursday ten persons have been kidnapped in Beni region  by an armed group.
#Beni administrative director, Donat Kibwana says, the assailants raided #Chianichani village, where they looted and burned a local #health centre and robbed houses. The site intelligence group reported, that the Islamic State group claimed responsibility for the attack in the two villages.  I.S says it also clashed with the #Congolese military.
The area is one of the main cities affected by DR #Congo`s tenth #Ebola #outbreak in 40 years. More than 1,000 people have died from the virus since August.
Health #officials have warned that the second-deadliest outbreak of Ebola may spiral out of control unless attacks by #armed groups on medical facilities and workers stop.

#AfricanNewNetwork #News #ANNafricatv #Share #Media #Repost #Regrann #Regram #online #Africa #Networking
  • Local sources in the Democratic Republic of Congo said on Thursday ten persons have been kidnapped in Beni region by an armed group.
    #Beni administrative director, Donat Kibwana says, the assailants raided #Chianichani village, where they looted and burned a local #health centre and robbed houses. The site intelligence group reported, that the Islamic State group claimed responsibility for the attack in the two villages. I.S says it also clashed with the #Congolese military.
    The area is one of the main cities affected by DR #Congo`s tenth #Ebola #outbreak in 40 years. More than 1,000 people have died from the virus since August.
    Health #officials have warned that the second-deadliest outbreak of Ebola may spiral out of control unless attacks by #armed groups on medical facilities and workers stop.

    #AfricanNewNetwork #News #ANNafricatv #Share #Media #Repost #Regrann #Regram #online #Africa #Networking
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เพราะการที่เราชื่นชอบใครเราจะรู้เรื่องนั้นลึกมากๆ
ซึ่งเราก็รู้อยู่แล้วว่าพี่เอ๋คือของจริงในวงการ
ที่ยืนหยัดมากว่า 20 ปี
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พอมาเสนอน้องในทีมก็พูดเป็นเสียงเดียวกันว่า
“เอาดิพี่ ลุยเลย พี่เอ๋สุดยอด” 😄
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เราก็เลยอยากให้หลายๆคนได้เห็นถึงมุมมองความคิด
แบบที่เราเห็น “กว่าพี่เอ๋จะมาถึงวันนี้ต้องเจอไรมาบ้าง”
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พอถึงวันที่คลิปปล่อยต้องเขียนแคปชั่นวิดีโอ เป็นการที่เขียนแคปชั่นได้เร็วและง่ายที่สุด เพราะ เขียนจากความรู้สึกล้วนๆ ตอนแรกเขียนยาวกว่านี้อีก 🤣 พอปล่อยคลิปขอสัก 200 กว่าแชร์ 500 กว่าไลค์ก็พอแล้ว 
แต่นี่แม่งเกินคาดจริงๆ พอได้อ่านคนที่คอมเมนต์ คนที่แชร์ 
เชี้ย! มีคนที่รักอีโบล่าขนาดนี้เลยหรอวะ แม่งสุดจริง 😊
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และพอได้คุยกับพี่เอ๋หลังคลิปปล่อย
ได้รับคำชื่นชม ขอบคุณที่มาสัมภาษณ์ โคตรแฮปปี้❤️
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และนี่แหละคือสิ่งที่ทำด้วย “ใจ” ไม่ได้ทำด้วย “เงิน”
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#Ebola  #แฮปปี้เวรี่กู้ด
  • การสัมภาษณ์พี่เอ๋ อีโบล่า
    พูดง่ายๆ เป็นการสนองความชอบของตัวเอง
    เพราะการที่เราชื่นชอบใครเราจะรู้เรื่องนั้นลึกมากๆ
    ซึ่งเราก็รู้อยู่แล้วว่าพี่เอ๋คือของจริงในวงการ
    ที่ยืนหยัดมากว่า 20 ปี
    .
    พอมาเสนอน้องในทีมก็พูดเป็นเสียงเดียวกันว่า
    “เอาดิพี่ ลุยเลย พี่เอ๋สุดยอด” 😄
    .
    เราก็เลยอยากให้หลายๆคนได้เห็นถึงมุมมองความคิด
    แบบที่เราเห็น “กว่าพี่เอ๋จะมาถึงวันนี้ต้องเจอไรมาบ้าง”
    .
    พอถึงวันที่คลิปปล่อยต้องเขียนแคปชั่นวิดีโอ เป็นการที่เขียนแคปชั่นได้เร็วและง่ายที่สุด เพราะ เขียนจากความรู้สึกล้วนๆ ตอนแรกเขียนยาวกว่านี้อีก 🤣 พอปล่อยคลิปขอสัก 200 กว่าแชร์ 500 กว่าไลค์ก็พอแล้ว
    แต่นี่แม่งเกินคาดจริงๆ พอได้อ่านคนที่คอมเมนต์ คนที่แชร์
    เชี้ย! มีคนที่รักอีโบล่าขนาดนี้เลยหรอวะ แม่งสุดจริง 😊
    .
    และพอได้คุยกับพี่เอ๋หลังคลิปปล่อย
    ได้รับคำชื่นชม ขอบคุณที่มาสัมภาษณ์ โคตรแฮปปี้❤️
    .
    และนี่แหละคือสิ่งที่ทำด้วย “ใจ” ไม่ได้ทำด้วย “เงิน”
    .
    #Ebola #แฮปปี้เวรี่กู้ด
  •  13  1  17 hours ago

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  • The People l อายุ 50 จะเลิกร้องเพลง - เอ๋ นักร้องนำวง Ebola
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ถ้ามองกลับไปเมื่อ 20 ปีที่แล้ว
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ที่ถูกขนานนามว่าเป็น Frontman ที่แสดงสดได้มันส์อันดับต้นๆ
หลายคนคงนึกถึง "เอ๋ Ebola"
ซึ่งเขายังเป็นนักร้องที่สร้างปรากฎการณ์เปิดหัวดนตรีแนวเมทัล
ในประเทศไทยอีกด้วย
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ตลอดระยะเวลาในการเดินทางของวง Ebola
ไม่ใช่เรื่องง่ายเลยที่พวกเขาจะสามารถยืนหยัดมาได้จนถึงทุกวันนี้
ระหว่างทางที่ต้องเดินก็ไม่ได้โรยด้วยกลีบกุหลาบ
แต่เป็นเพราะความเชื่อมั่นจากกลุ่ม We Are Ebola
ทำให้เขาไม่เคยหันหลังให้กับการร้องเพลงเลย
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วันนี้ The People จะพาไปพูดคุยกับ เอ๋ Ebola
ถึงจุดเริ่มต้นและอีกหลายๆมุมที่คุณอาจไม่เคยรู้
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#ThePeople #Ebola #MeRecords
#เอ๋อีโบล่า
  • The People l อายุ 50 จะเลิกร้องเพลง - เอ๋ นักร้องนำวง Ebola
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    ถ้ามองกลับไปเมื่อ 20 ปีที่แล้ว
    หนึ่งในนักร้องสายว๊าก Underground
    ที่ถูกขนานนามว่าเป็น Frontman ที่แสดงสดได้มันส์อันดับต้นๆ
    หลายคนคงนึกถึง "เอ๋ Ebola"
    ซึ่งเขายังเป็นนักร้องที่สร้างปรากฎการณ์เปิดหัวดนตรีแนวเมทัล
    ในประเทศไทยอีกด้วย
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    ตลอดระยะเวลาในการเดินทางของวง Ebola
    ไม่ใช่เรื่องง่ายเลยที่พวกเขาจะสามารถยืนหยัดมาได้จนถึงทุกวันนี้
    ระหว่างทางที่ต้องเดินก็ไม่ได้โรยด้วยกลีบกุหลาบ
    แต่เป็นเพราะความเชื่อมั่นจากกลุ่ม We Are Ebola
    ทำให้เขาไม่เคยหันหลังให้กับการร้องเพลงเลย
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    วันนี้ The People จะพาไปพูดคุยกับ เอ๋ Ebola
    ถึงจุดเริ่มต้นและอีกหลายๆมุมที่คุณอาจไม่เคยรู้
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    #ThePeople #Ebola #MeRecords
    #เอ๋อีโบล่า
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... verhindern, dass sich 2,7 Millionen mit #masern infizieren
... verhindern, dass 2 Millionen Menschen an neonatalem #tetanus erkranken und 1 Millionen Kinder Keuchhusten bekommen!
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Auch für die Krankenkassen lohnt sich das Impfen in finanzieller Hinsicht: Mit steigenden Impfquoten, gehen Einsparungen für die Krankenkassen einher!
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Doch weshalb gibt es so unfassbar viele #impfgegner? Beispielsweise  geistern #fakenews über Autismus durchs Netz. Als Endergebnis werden Impfziele nicht erreicht und Krankheiten wie z.B. die Kinderlähmung, die man durch IMPFEN schon längst hätte ausrotten können, sind auf der Erde🌍 wieder auf Vormarsch🚶🏼‍♂️
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Ich bin #proimpfen 😊💪🏼
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    Die #impfungen gehören zu den wichtigsten Errungenschaften unseres Gesundheitssystems - sie sind ein unschlagbares Mittel zur Vorbeugung von Infektionskrankheiten! Viele sehen nur das negative am Impfen und betrachten nicht die enorm positiven Fakten! Beispiele? Impfungen ...
    ... verhindern, dass sich 2,7 Millionen mit #masern infizieren
    ... verhindern, dass 2 Millionen Menschen an neonatalem #tetanus erkranken und 1 Millionen Kinder Keuchhusten bekommen!
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    Auch für die Krankenkassen lohnt sich das Impfen in finanzieller Hinsicht: Mit steigenden Impfquoten, gehen Einsparungen für die Krankenkassen einher!
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    Doch weshalb gibt es so unfassbar viele #impfgegner? Beispielsweise geistern #fakenews über Autismus durchs Netz. Als Endergebnis werden Impfziele nicht erreicht und Krankheiten wie z.B. die Kinderlähmung, die man durch IMPFEN schon längst hätte ausrotten können, sind auf der Erde🌍 wieder auf Vormarsch🚶🏼‍♂️
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    Das hat mit der #herdenimmunität zu tun. Sind ganz viele Leute geimpft, sind auch die nicht-geimpften Personen geschützt. Ein Erreger kann sich nicht/sehr schlecht aufgrund der IMMUNEN Personen ausbreiten❗️
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    Hast du STICHFESTE Argumente gegen das Impfen? In den Kommentaren findet ihr ein aktuelles Beispiel zum Anstieg der #masernfälle
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    Ich bin #proimpfen 😊💪🏼
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