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Prophet T.B. Joshua gave a series of revealing prophecies about the African continent on Sunday 19th February 2017. He addressed the political crisis currently engulfing the Democratic Republic of Congo, the precarious situation connected to the health of Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari and the strange bouts of bad weather hitting nations across Southern Africa, as well as a famine in Ethiopia. He also shared nuggets of wisdom in some practical advice on leadership. Be blessed as you watch!
On the 24th August the World Health Organization was notified of a further outbreak of the Ebola virus which had been detected in an extremely remote area of the Equateur Province in the Democratic Republic of the Congo. The film tells how the first teams coordinated by the Ministry of Health and WHO arrived in the affected area. This outbreak is the country's seventh since the Ebola Zaire virus emerged there in an area bordered by the Ebola River.
It's a statistic that is hard to grasp: According to the U.N. nearly 5,000 people are being forced from their homes every day in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The internal displacement is mainly the result of a conflict between tribal groups and government troops in the Central Kasai region. The situation has left millions without access to food and water. VOA's Kevin Enochs reports. Originally published at - http://www.voanews.com/a/violence-contributing-to-health-crisis-in-congo/3848964.html
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A person in the Democratic Republic of Congo who died of a hemorrhagic fever has tested positive for the Ebola virus, signaling the start of a new outbreak, the Health Ministry and the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Friday. http://marygreeley.com/?p=53024
UNICEF Executive Director Ann M. Veneman is in the Democratic Republic of the Congo for a five-day visit to assess the situation of women and children amidst what is widely seen as Africa's worst humanitarian crisis. Here is the first in a series of related reports. OCCIDENTAL PROVINCE, Democratic Republic of the Congo, 26 August 2009 Local health centres here have opened their doors for the weighing and measuring of young children. Its a simple check on child health status, but it is having a dramatic impact. The community approach to treating malnutrition began in 2008, when the Government of DR Congo adopted a national protocol and training modules for health and community workers. UNICEF, along with a network of 43 partner organizations, is helping expand those services to more...
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ATEKI, DR CONGO — The World Health Organization confirmed a new Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo over the weekend, a year after the previous epidemic in West Africa killed 11,000 people. The outbreak was declared in the town of Aketi in Bas-Uele province near the border with Central African Republic. Of the 19 suspected and confirmed cases, three people have died. Health officials in Congo are trying to contact 125 people who have potential links to the identified cases. According to the WHO, the first case occurred on April 22 when a 45-year-old man died after taking a taxi to a hospital. The driver of the taxi later fell ill and died. A third person who cared for the 45-year-old man also became ill and died. An experimental Ebola vaccine called rVSV-ZEBOV might...