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ALIMA1 day ago
Today is #GivingTuesday, an international day of giving. As we come together today to celebrate generosity, please consider making a donation to ALIMA. ALIMA-donate.causevox.com

This year, your support is needed now more than ever to allow our teams to continue providing life-saving care in the face of a global pandemic. Together we can make a difference! 🤝
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ALIMA2 days ago
COVID-19 in Africa 🌍: Facts and figures as of November 31, 2020.
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ALIMA2 days ago
ALIMA, in collaboration with its research partners, has identified two treatments for Ebola, thanks to a clinical trial conducted in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. 🇨🇩.

It is here that the two molecules of the effective treatment were discovered, reducing the mortality rate from 70% to 30%. 🔬

We are the hands that heal and the minds that innovate. #YESAFRICAN
© 📸 John Wessels / ALIMA
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ALIMA5 days ago
Astou Diop, a nurse at the Fann hospital in Dakar (Senegal) 🇸🇳 , puts on her protective equipment before checking on patients infected with COVID-19; 🦠.
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 crisis, ALIMA, in partnership with the Senegalese Ministry of Health, has supported Fann hospital to help with patient triage, while reinforcing infection protection and control measures to avoid any contamination among the staff.
We are many and we are one. #yesafrican

© John Wessels / ALIMA
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ALIMA6 days ago
Happy Thanksgiving! 🍁
ALIMA is especially thankful this year for our incredible field teams and health workers who work tirelessly to serve the most vulnerable populations in Africa, as well as our generous donors, who make our actions possible. Many thanks! ✨
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ALIMA7 days ago
Doctor Simon Deng Garang is head of one of ALIMA's medical projects in South Sudan 🇸🇸 . Thanks to ALIMA's mobile clinics and their expertise in the field, the teams are able to intervene in some of the most remote and difficult to access areas of the country.

We are from here, so we go where no one else goes. #YESAFRICAN

© 📸 Patrick Meinhardt / ALIMA
1 day ago
Today is #GivingTuesday, an international day of giving. As we come together today to celebrate generosity, please consider making a donation to ALIMA. https://t.co/VYI9OwEnNB

This year, your support is needed now more than ever. Together we can make a difference! 🤝 https://t.co/1fDs8U6KqE
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#COVID-19 in #Africa 🌍: Facts and figures as of November 31, 2020. https://t.co/koii3wDSVx ALIMA_ORG photo
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ALIMA & its research partners discovered an #Ebola treatment via a clinical trial conducted in DRC 🇨🇩: 2 effective molecules were discovered, reducing the mortality rate from 70% to 30%. 🔬
We are the hands that heal, the minds that innovate. #YESAFRICAN https://t.co/guAmOGrO7p
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5 days ago
Astou Diop, a nurse at the Fann hospital in Dakar (Senegal)🇸🇳, puts on her protective equipment before checking on patients infected with #COVID19. https://t.co/DhPPg3CATp ALIMA_ORG photo
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📰MUAC: Nearly five years after this approach really took off, what are its successes and challenges? Interview with specialists from ALIMA and its local partner #BEFEN via @Nowastedlives. Read more ⤵ https://t.co/xAd17XaSNN
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Happy #Thanksgiving! 🍁 ALIMA is especially thankful this year for our incredible field teams and health workers who work tirelessly to serve the most vulnerable populations in Africa, as well as our generous donors, who make our actions possible. Many thanks! ✨ https://t.co/bkg68pursd ALIMA_ORG photo
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