Daily Archives: November 5, 2015

Hikvision Facility in South Africa Now Open

After the successful registration of the Hikvision South African office two years ago, the facility is now available to support Hikvision’s rapid growth in the region and provide local assistance and training. JOHANNESBURG, Nov. 5, 2015 / PRNewswire — Hikvision,

How traditional healers helped defeat Ebola (Al Jazeera)

Freetown, Sierra Leone - A year and a half after the Ebola outbreak began there is at last good news for Sierra Leone. On Saturday it is expected the country will reach 42 days since the last recorded case, meaning

West Africa Health Systems Ill-Prepared for Epidemics – Physicians (allAfrica.com)

The West African College of Physicians has raised the alarm that the current health systems in the sub-region are too weak and ill-prepared for emerging infectious disease epidemics. The college expressed this concern in a communiqué issued at the end

West Africa health systems ill-prepared for epidemics – Physicians (Daily Trust (Nigeria))

The West African College of Physicians has raised the alarm that the current health systems in the sub-region are too weak and ill-prepared for emerging infectious disease epidemics. The college expressed this concern in a communique issued at the end

West Africa health systems ill-prepared for epidemics-Physicians (Daily Trust (Nigeria))

The West African College of Physicians has raised the alarm that the current health systems in the sub-region are too weak and ill-prepared for emerging infectious disease epidemics. The college expressed this concern in a communique issued at the end

Note to Correspondents re plans to mark end of Ebola transmission in Sierra Leone On Behalf of the Sierra Leone National Ebola Response Centre (NERC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) (African Press Organization)

On 7 November 2015, if no new case of Ebola virus disease is recorded, Sierra Leone will have met the criteria set by the World Health Organization (WHO) for declaring the end of Ebola transmission. If Sierra Leone meets that

West Africa Health Systems Ill-Prepared for Epidemics-Physicians (allAfrica.com)

The West African College of Physicians has raised the alarm that the current health systems in the sub-region are too weak and ill-prepared for emerging infectious disease epidemics. The college expressed this concern in a communique issued at the end

How Traditional Healers Helped Defeat Ebola (allAfrica.com)

A year and a half after the Ebola outbreak began there is at last good news for Sierra Leone. On Saturday it is expected the country will reach 42 days since the last recorded case, meaning it will be officially