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15 Sep 2017 description


In Lovua Settlement, MDM is currently using the following intervention points/places: MSF’s Health Clinic; Group Activities: provisionally within UNICEF tents and outreach in the villages. In terms of casemanagement, some three cases were identified and supported during the reporting period, all related to emotional stress. Training on alternative group activities for refugee youth and team building activities. In terms of outreach, daily visit to the different villages in view to inform the community on available services and staff.

12 Sep 2017 description

Key Findings

  • Overall, there were not major changes in the feeding practices before leaving DRC and after arriving in Angola; the major difference was seen in the number of meals and variety of complementary foods provided to the infants and children.

  • Mothers seem aware of the importance of breastfeeding, and early initiation of breastfeeding is the common practice among refugees.

07 Sep 2017 description



  • Short Workshop: Balanced Couples Relationships (BCR), provided for two Angolan

  • Individual Emotional Support and Counselling to RDC Refugees:

  • 15.08.17 Male, adult - Traumatic Reallocation (45’)

  • 15.08.17 Female, adult - Traumatic Reallocation (30’)

  • 16.08.17 Male, adult - Emotional Support (30’)

  • 16.08.17 Female, adult - Emotional Support (40’)

  • 31.08.17 Male adult - Stress/Insomnia intervention (30’)

18 Mar 2016 description
report Médicos del Mundo

Médicos del Mundo desplaza un equipo epidemiológico para apoyar la vacunación, clave en el combate de una enfermedad que no tiene tratamiento

Madrid, 18 de marzo de 2016.- Angola está enfrentándose a la primera epidemia de fiebre amarilla en 30 años. La provincia de Luanda -donde está la capital del país- es la más afectada, aunque el virus ya se ha extendido a 12 provincias más.