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11 Dec 2016 description
report Wilton Park

The Ebola outbreak demonstrated a clear lack of preparedness from the global health and humanitarian system for an outbreak of infectious disease. The dialogue at Wilton Park built on an investigation conducted by the United States to determine how the response from the IOs and NGOs may change, or even cease, if an outbreak is determined to be intentional, or if the outbreak spread to a nonpermissive environment.

12 May 2016 description
report Wilton Park

Mercredi 10 – vendredi 12 février 2016 | WP1447

La pandémie de type Ebola qui a sévi en 2014-16 a mis en évidence le rôle crucial que jouent les agents de santé communautaires (ASC) dans la prévention et la réaction aux états d’urgence sanitaires et aussi à l’efficacité de leur prise en charge.

09 May 2016 description
report Wilton Park

The Ebola pandemic of 2014-16 demonstrated the crucial role of the community health workforce in preventing, responding to, and effectively treating health emergencies. As the West Africa region rebuilds its health systems after Ebola, countries and communities have identified a need to develop strategies and plans to embed the role of the community health worker (CHW) as a foundation of an effective healthcare system.