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West Africa or Western Africa is the westernmost region of the African continent.

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Queen Nanny or Nanny (c. 1685 – c. 1755) Queen Nanny, a Jamaican national hero, was a well-known leader of the Jamaican Maroons in the 18th century. Nanny was kidnapped from Ghana, West Africa, as a child, and was forced into slavery in Jamaica. Growing up, she was influenced by the Maroons and other leaders of the enslaved Africans. The Maroon people were enslaved Blacks who fled the oppressive plantations and formed their own communities in Jamaica’s interior. Nanny and her brothers ran away from the plantation and hid in the Blue Mountains area. From there, they led several revolts across Jamaica. Queen Nanny was a well-respected, intelligent spiritual leader who was instrumental in organizing the plans to free enslaved Africans. For over 30 years she freed more than 800 slaves and helped them settle into Maroon communities. She defeated the British in many battles and despite repeated attacks from the British soldiers, Grandy Nanny’s settlement, called Nanny Town, remained under Maroon control f ...
From the baltic & black sea, to the middle-east, far-east, sahel, West Africa and the Korean Peninsula, cruelty & greed are wrecking mankind
Health worker deaths surge in West Africa as Ebola spreads: Nigeria on Sunday confirmed a fresh case of Ebola ...
WE HAVE CURE FOR EBOLA.Delta Traditional healers. The panic over Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) ravaging part of West Africa and giving Nigerians sleepless nights may have got a cure if the claims by traditional healers under the aegis of the Otu Odozi Elu Doctors Association in Akumazi, Ika North East Local Government Area of Delta State, is anything to go by. The traditional doctors numbering over 300 urged Nigerians not to panic but to bring to them any report cases of the disease, which they called isamisan disease to them. The group led by the Okairoro of Akumazi, Chief Moses Dibie, said isamisan disease is an age long tropical disease which existed before the coming of the white people to African, adding that it the disease is older than yaws which the World Health Organisation (WHO) fought and defeated. Corroborating this view, the Esame of Akumazi Kingdom, Chief Eric Ekabudike, said WHO should not mislead the people because EVD is a recurrence of isamisan or smallpox, which killed many children due to ...
President John Dramani Mahama has announced that government is in talks with a Russian firm to establish a helicopter service center in the country to serve helicopters of the United Nations “and other organizations in West Africa.” The center when completed will provide services to MH17 helicopters
Death toll passes 1,550 as Ebola outbreak accelerates, officials say. August 2014 – AFRICA – The Ebola outbreak “continues to accelerate” in West Africa and has killed 1,552 people, the World Health Organization said Thursday. The total number of cases stands at 3,069, with 40% occurring in the past three weeks. “However, most cases are concentrated in only a few localities,” the WHO said. The outbreak, the deadliest ever, has been centered in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia, with a handful of cases in Nigeria. The overall fatality rate is 52%, the WHO said, ranging from 42% in Sierra Leone to 66% in Guinea. The WHO issued a “road map” Thursday that “responds to the urgent need to dramatically scale up the international response” in light of the acceleration of new cases, it said. It aims to stop Ebola transmission in affected countries within six to nine months and prevent its spread internationally. The road map prioritizes the setting up of treatment centers, community mobilization ...
Procedures for travel to Ebola countries By: SANews, SA government news service Updated 2 hours 27 minutes ago South African Airways (SAA) has introduced new procedures for travel to and from Ebola Virus high risk areas with passengers required to seek permission to travel from the national Department of Health. “All travellers between South Africa and the Ebola high-risk areas in West Africa must follow the new procedures introduced for the airlines aimed at ensuring compliance with a recent cabinet decision. “The measures are effective as we speak,” SAA spokesperson Tlali Tlali said on Friday. Government has previously advised South Africans to avoid all non-essential travel to Liberia, Guinea or Sierra Leone but in cases where travel is absolutely essential, permission must be obtained from the relevant authorities. The new procedures state that all intending travellers must request permission to travel from South Africa to the high risk areas or from the high risk areas to South Africa. Permissi ...
ADB earmarks $60m for Ebola fight The Deputy Health Minister Dr Victor Bampoe says the Africa Development Bank has earmarked $60m for countries affected by the Ebola Virus. A further $150million is available by way of loans and grants to non-ebola affected countries in the sub-region. Dr Bampoe told Joy News the amount is part of efforts in galvanising resources to fight a canker that is threatening to eliminate entire communities in the West African sub-region. Already over 1,400 people have been killed by the virus with over 2,000 reported cases. The World Health Organisation says over 20,000 more could be affected. Addressing a Conference of Health Ministers in West Africa to strategise in the fight against Ebola, ECOWAS chairman President John Mahama reiterated his commitment towards the fight against Ebola. He criticised the ban on flights to countries that have recorded the Ebola case saying such measures were only to isolate and ostracize the affected countries. John Mahama called for more collabor ...
Episcopal Relief & Development has received updates from Liberia and Sierra Leone, where the organization is supporting local Church World Service efforts to alleviate suffering and contain the Ebola outbreak that has killed 1,427 people in West Africa as of August 22. In both Liberia and Sierra Leone, the Church is leveraging its widespread presence and trusted reputation to promote accurate information about Ebola prevention and containment practices. Additionally, in Liberia, the Church is distributing food parcels and sanitation supplies at the household level, and providing basic protective equipment for health workers at local hospitals. A press release went out today outlining more details and the images in this album were shared by our partners. You can access more information and resources with the links below. More: Updated:
The underbelly of the Internet is no place to find credible information about the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. Last week we brought you example No. 1. Example No. 2 is as follows: Several conspiracy websites have raised questions lately about a "bioweapons lab" in Sierra Leone being the…
10 Things to Know for Friday Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about Friday: 1. ISLAMIC STATE MILITANTS ROUND UP, KILL SYRIAN SOLDIERS The slayings of scores of captives are the latest massacre attributed to the extremist group. HIGH SCHOOL BUDDIES FROM MINNESOTA DIE FIGHTING WITH JIHADISTS It isn't clear how Douglas McAuthur McCain and Troy Kastigar were drawn into radicalism after their initial conversion to the Muslim faith. RUSSIA ACCUSED OF ESCALATING CONFLICT IN UKRAINE NATO says at least 1,000 Russian troops are in the country. It also releases satellite photos of artillery units that have allegedly crossed the border. HOW SERIOUS EBOLA OUTBREAK MIGHT BECOME The number of cases in West Africa is accelerating and could grow six times larger, the World Health Organization says. US ECONOMY GREW AT 4.2 PERCENT ANNUAL RATE The revised second-quarter number support expectations that the second half of 2014 will prove far stronger than the first hal ...
outbreak in West Africa eventually could exceed more than six times,as many as doctors know about now
Scientists found the origins of the Ebola outbreak — by tracking its mutations Updated by Susannah Locke on August 28, 2014, 2:00 p.m. ET susannah(449) Share (967) +1 LinkedIn (7) Email Print Sierra Leone government burial team members wearing protective clothing carry the coffin of Dr Modupeh Cole, Sierra Leone's second senior physician to die of Ebola. Carl De Souza/AFP/Getty Images Don't miss stories. Follow Vox! One of the big mysteries in the Ebola outbreak in West Africa is where the virus came from in the first place — and whether it's changed in any significant ways. These unanswered questions could be making it more difficult to diagnose the disease and find treatments. "A new analysis could help show if Ebola is changing over time" Now scientists are starting to get some answers. In a new paper in Science, researchers reveal that they have sequenced the genomes of Ebola from 78 patients in Sierra Leone who contracted the disease in May and June. Those sequences revealed some 300 mutations sp ...
Daily Observer, 08/28/2014 “AfDB, WHO Frown On Actions Against Ebola Affected Countries” The African Development Bank (AfDB) and the World Health Organization (WHO) have criticized some countries for cancelling flights and curtailing trade with countries affected by the Ebola Virus. AfDB President Dr. Donald Kaberuka said such actions only worsen the situation in Liberia and other affected countries. He added the actions would further stall the economies of the affected countries and lead to other problems. Dr. Kaberuka asserted that besides the US$60 million AfDB has contributed to fight Ebola in affected countries, the institution plans to commit more resources to help West Africa fight against the disease. For his part, WHO Regional Director Dr. Luis Gomez Sambo made it clear that WHO does not endorse the travel ban by some airlines and countries. Dr. Sambo said such actions hinder efforts by international experts to come to the aid of the affected countries. God is Working for us.
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20:50 From Our Own Correspondent: The spread of Ebola in West Africa; the decline of Pakistan International Airlines.
Ebola causing huge damage to West Africa economies: development bank By Josephus Olu-Mammah and Umaru Fofana FREETOWN Wed Aug 27, 2014 6:28pm EDT (Reuters) - The worst ever Ebola outbreak is causing enormous damage to West African economies as foreign businessmen quit the region, the African Development Bank said, while a leading medical charity branded the international response "entirely inadequate." As transport companies suspend services, cutting off the region, governments and economists have warned that the epidemic could crush the fragile economic gains made in Sierra Leone and Liberia following a decade of civil war in the 1990s. At least 1,427 people have died of the deadly hemorrhagic virus since it was first detected in the remote jungles of southeast Guinea in March and spread quickly to neighbouring Liberia and Sierra Leone. Five people have also died in Nigeria. Air France, the French network of Air France-KLM said on Wednesday it had suspended flights to Sierra Leone after advice from the F ...
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Is there a proposal to issue fresh warnings to Indians travelling West Africa (Ebola hit) or temporary suspension of flights?
US official says epidemic will worsen. Health Ministers across West Africa to Meet in Ghana.
African Development Bank warned that the outbreak is causing enormous economic damage to West Africa as foreign businessman quit the region
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is monitoring the health of one of its staff members after they were exposed to an international health worker in West Africa who tested positive for Ebola.
If you think Liberians aren't the best cook in West Africa... You're high!
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THE CATALYTIC ROLE OF THE CATHOLIC CHURCH AND THE PORTUGUESE IN SLAVERY Chattel slavery and Indigenous genocide have their origin in the Catholic Church through three papal bulls issued between June 1452 and May 1493. The three papal bulls are: Dum Diversas 18 June 1452 Romanus Pontifex 05 January 1455 Inter Caetera 04 May 1493 Dum Diversas On 18 June 1452, Pope Nicholas V issued the papal bull Dum Diversas on 18 June, 1452. It authorised Alfonso V of Portugal to reduce any “Saracens (Muslims) and pagans and any other unbelievers” to perpetual slavery. This facilitated the Portuguese slave trade from West Africa. Romanus Pontifex On 5 January 1455, the same Pope wrote the papal bull Romanus Pontifex to the same Alfonso V. As a follow-up to the Dum Diversas , it extended to the Catholic nations of , dominion over discovered lands during the Age of Discovery. Along with sanctifying the seizure of non-Christian lands, it encouraged the enslavement of native, non-Christian peoples in Africa and the New .. ...
EBOLA : ZMapp fails to save Liberian Doctor A Liberian doctor has died despite taking experimental anti - Ebola drug ZMapp, a minister has said . ZMapp has been credited with helping several patients recover , including two US doctors discharged last week. Abraham Borbor was one of three doctors in Liberia who had been given the drug and were showing signs of recovery . More than 1 ,400 people have died from Ebola this year in four West African countries – Guinea , Liberia, Nigeria and Sierra Leone . Ebola is spread between humans through direct contact with infected body fluids and several doctors and health workers have died. It is one of the world ’s deadliest diseases , with up to 90 % of cases resulting in death , although in the current outbreak the rate is about 55 % . The speed and extent of the outbreak was “unprecedented ” , the World Health Organization ( WHO) said last week. An estimated 2 , 615 people in West Africa have been infected with Ebola since March . On Saturday , Sierra Leon ...
NUC’s List of 56 Illegal Universities in Nigeria 2014 Published on August 25, 2014 The National Universities Commission, NUC, hereby present an official list of illegal Universities in Nigeria 2014. This is in accordance with effort to ensure quality of education, teaching and learning in Nigerian universities. Prospective candidates seeking or wishing to seek for admission into any of the schools listed here are expected to quickly consider other choice of universities. Such schools listed here are not officially accredited to award degree courses in Nigeria. It is worthy to note that certificates obtained in any of these listed illegal degree awarding institutions will not in any way be honoured for job application, employment, further studies, etc. If you are currently studying in any of them, it is safer to ‘port’ immediately to any other approved university. Here are the 56 illegal universities as at 2014 according to NUC 1) Volta University College, *** Volta Region, Ghana or any of its other ...
Canada's Immunovaccine Inc says test of Ebola vaccine promising Source: Reuters - Mon, 25 Aug 2014 16:14 GMT Aug 25 (Reuters) - Four monkeys survived the Ebola Virus after being injected with Immunovaccine Inc's experimental vaccine, the tiny Canadian company said on Monday, an announcement that sent its stock soaring. The Halifax, Nova Scotia-based company said four monkeys received its vaccine and later survived a dose of Ebola Virus that normally would have been lethal. Two other animals that did not receive the vaccine died within a week. The tests were performed by the U.S. Health Department's National Institutes of Health, based in Maryland. Immunovaccine, which had a market capitalization of about C$77 million as of Friday, is one of a handful of companies testing potential vaccines for the Ebola Virus, which has killed nearly 1,500 people in West Africa. Other companies testing Ebola vaccines include U.S.-based NewLink Genetics Corp, which holds the licence for a vaccine developed by the Canadian ...
The Democratic Republic of Congo has confirmed an outbreak of Ebola, the first reported case outside West Africa...
Hi universe quite interesting for the Precious metal & Gemstone Branch of SAPS to get some arrests, and to land people in court. It seems like they are almost a century too late. We know about the N12, R27 & N7 "diamond legging" routes. Some of those arrested are probably the great-grandchildren of those pioneers, who were trying to get some of the foreign dividends that De Beers and Anglo-Vaal have been enjoying from South African soil. I wonder if we South Africans know how big an area "Die Sper Gebied" circumvents? No wonder the Yanks were so quick to get us out of South West Africa. They have probably started " sleeper mining companies" that will mine those diamonds long after this generation is gone. Just hope the beautiful St. Lucia Dunes do not fall prey to this greed, or has the ANC already sold those out. Fracking in the Karoo will probably take place as too much was spend on the " environment spin report". Was'nt Koegga a lesson that was well learned? I guess not, as long as we are offered th .. ...
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kills doctor despite ZMapp treatment. needs a massive rethink in the
Liberia needs all the help from others and herself right now. I mean our leaders must be serious and sincere to themselves. Otherwise I foresee a very bad situation that will take more lives and this may likely end up with different things. Liberia: JFK Loses 2nd Doctor to Ebola - Dr. Borbor Recipient of Zmapp Monrovia — Dr. Abraham Borbor, Deputy Chief Medical Doctor at Liberia's leading medical institution, the John F. Kennedy Medical Center and one of three doctors recently injected with the Anti-Ebola trial drug, ZMAPP has died. In confirming Dr. Borbor's death to FrontPageAfrica late Sunday night, Information Minister Lewis Brown, said the news came as a shock because the veteran doctor had been improving since the drug was administered. "He was walking around yesterday and the doctors were hopeful that he would make a full recovery. "He was a classmate in high school, so this hits close to home," Brown said of Borbor, who was the only recorded internist in Liberia. Three dosages of the ZMAPP arriv ...
Happy birthday to my adorable wife, beloved partner, dutiful mother, Iyawo of life - OluwaTamara, first of her name, lord in Osikoya kingdom, aya Yiayibotetele 1 of central izon empire, the first woman that sat under the mango tree & sighted strawberry in west Africa...woman of Grace and most importantly, daughter of Zion. May The Lord God bless you and change times and seasons to favour you this year 2014, next year 2015 and many more decades to come.break forth on all sides in Jesus name!! with all the love the planet affords me, Opeoluwa Osikoya
DR Congo reports cases of Ebola—possibly of a different strain than the one ravaging West Africa.
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UN envoy says flight bans hindering 'war' on West
I feel that I have been rolling with punches pretty well since our move to west africa but today my internet (supposed) provider said I didn't pay for the months of May/June. He short version is that after 7th time on there I jut broke down and payed twice so they would turn it on. I was so mad I could've pulled a telephone wire out of the ground and then I tried.
Still praying for all those being affected with Ebola in West Africa.
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Ebola has killed 1,400 people in West Africa. There might now be a separate outbreak in the DRC. via
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"The Ebola outbreak claiming lives in West Africa is also hurting the economies of Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia and the harm is micro and macro in scope." -- American Public Media
I really want to go to South Africa. >>>> I wanna go to West
Seems a very one sided attack on Chinese people. The west is always worried about taking over Africa. They sound like jealous ex's
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"West Africa: Ebola a Blow for Fragile States On the Road to Recovery" good read
Important notice about UMVIM insurance for volunteers & teams headed for West Africa. Coverage suspended as of today.
How wonderful it would be if Ebola was eradicated from Africa as well as the West. This is not a new disease...
Ebola in Congo - apparently not related to the epidemic in West Africa.
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Hey friends and fellow public health advocates! Independence Blue Cross Blue Crew volunteers are collecting items to support Ebola eradication efforts in West Africa. The items will be shipped by Schools Without Boarders and friends of the immigrant African community in Philadelphia. Your support is greatly needed and appreciated. The list of items is long but common: latex gloves, antibacterial soap, Clorox wipes, cotton balls, peroxide, rubbing alcohol, trash bags, antibiotic cream, gauze pads and first aid tape. If you or your organization is interested in contributing, items can be dropped to IBC headquarters at 1901 Market St during business hours 9/2-9/5 or I will pick up (message me).
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Researchers think the new Ebola outbreak in the Congo is independent of the one in West Africa
Reflecting: Ebola Virus FIGHT IS NOT ABOUT FIGURES BUT IS ABOUT THE REALITY, UDM LEADER IT WOULD BE BETTER FOR THE GOVERNMENT TO KEEP YOU AFTER ALL THIS AND OTHERS THAT WILL WOULD BE FOUND GUILTY FRAUDULENT ON DONATED Ebola Virus FUNS AND GOVERNMENTAL FUNDS. As I was checked today for Ebola Virus and it was my worse day ever in my life and I fearful and frighten I was until I was confirmed a survivor. The country is in deep crisis and the state of emergency as a cause for a poor country like this had made the people to be in more idleness, suffering, adding to the normal death toll of the Ebola Virus and the nation which makes the extra ordinary measures by the president is in place to stop the spread and just thanking Sierra Leoneans especially the youths for their comportment until this whole deadly thing is over. I am therefore Appling to all Sierra Leoneans this is not the time for division and figures of those affected but the best to get together to fight against this Ebola Virus of West Africa Pre ...
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Ebola Experimental Drug ZMapp Fails, Liberian Doctor Dies Liberian doctor Abraham Borbor, who had the experimental Ebola drug ZMapp administered, died in the country’s capital city of Monrovia. It was made known today, August 25, by Liberia’s information minister, BBC reports. Dr. Borbor, one of the top officials of the county’s biggest hospital, was among the first 3 Africans who received treatment by the unapproved drug. It will be recalled that ZMapp is believed to have saved the lives of two Americans, who got infected while working in Liberia. The minister told the Associated Press on Monday, Borbor “was showing signs of improvement but yesterday he took a turn for the worse”. Related: Japan Offers Ebola Drug Meanwhile, the deadly Ebola Virus continues ravaging the West Africa, including Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Nigeria and now Congo. The death toll gradually approaches 1,500. As soon as the information about the unapproved drug reached the Nigerian officials, the Federal Governme ...
During the hotter part of the year, the average temperature in the Sahel region of West Africa is more than 110 degrees. For women here, not having access to clean water means hours of painful and exhausting work. Many of them walk miles each day just to reach the 100-year-old hole in the ground whe…
Diseases like the common cold and annually kill more people than across Africa http…
While everyone is throwing ice cold water on themselves, west Africa is quietly bleeding to death!
From the streets of Amsterdam to the jungles of Nicaragua to the port cities of West Africa.
Across west Africa almost half of girls under the age of 18 are thought to be wed
A Liberian burial team wearing protective clothing retrieves the body of a 60-year-old Ebola victim from his home on August 17 near Monrovia, Liberia. Health officials say the current Ebola outbreak in West Africa is the deadliest ever.
More than 1,200 people have died as the deadliest ever outbreak of Ebola takes hold in West Africa, but despite information campaigns, fear is spreading even more quickly than the virus itself.
AUDIO: Health Minister: Ebola outbreak "separate" from West Africa's, "patients had no contact with outsiders"
DRC authorities confirm an outbreak of Local officials say it seems to be a different strain to the one found in Wes…
Minister says 2 people have died of Ebola in Congo, cases unrelated to West Africa outbreak - News | Ebola | Int'l
"Just for the record, West Africa comprises 15 countries, including the island of Cape Verde. Liberia, Guinea, Sierra Leone have Ebola cases exceeding 600 each. Nigeria has 14. The rest have recorded ZERO cases of Ebola. In the three worst hit countries, MORE THAN 99% of the population DO NOT have the disease. Regarding Nigeria (a handful of cases out of 170 million), canceling a business trip to Lagos because of Ebola is like suspending your business plans for New York, Chicago or Los Angeles for fear of being gunned down by a police officer. Neither makes sense, even though you're 20 times more likely to be killed by a police officer in the United States (400 deaths so far this year) than by Ebola in Nigeria (5 this year)." - Yaw Owusu Let the Congregation hear, as have ears to hear!
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so were many black people in the carribean and in west/central Africa. So what is your point?
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Two Ebola-related deaths have been confirmed in Congo, the country's health minister said Sunday. Local officials believe the cases are unrelated to the outbreak in West Africa that has killed more than 1,400 people, raising fears that a second outbreak has emerged.
SOLE BIG FISH vs VAST SMALL FISH Owhiome, I am delighted to reflect the multilingual status of Nigeria on this platform. Today, I said My People in Esan language of Edo State, Nigeria. I had a very engaging weekend with various activities; I joined a family in the christening of a new baby girl and also an exercise session in which we walked for two hours. The vast body of water has a tale for all of us. Waters are in various categories namely; streams, rivers, lake, dam, lagoon and ocean. Some people had also classified various organizations into such. There are organizations that are very small, they are typically group under the Micro-Small and Medium Scale Industry (MSMEs); some are national companies, example Transcorp, Nigeria while some are multinationals, example are Oil and Gas companies. The mode of operation of companies makes it categorized. There are companies that are sole big fish. These companies have the competitive advantage in just a particular field or location. The owners of these com ...
Is anyone paying attention here? The two people who contracted "EBOLA", are now well, and have been released from the hospital ... a clean bill of health. While, in west Africa the Deaths are 1400 and climbing . WHAT'S UP!
Japan said Monday it is ready to provide a Japanese-developed anti-influenza drug as a possible treatment for the rapidly expanding Ebola outbreak.Chief Cabinet Secretary Yoshihide Suga told reporters that Japan can offer favipiravir, developed by a subsidiary of Fujifilm Holdings Corp., at any time at the request of the World Health Organization.The drug, with the brand name Avigan, was developed by Fujifilm subsidiary Toyama Chemical Co. to treat new and re-emerging influenza viruses, and has not been proven to be effective against Ebola.Favipiravir was approved by Japan's health ministry in March for use against influenza. Fujifilm is in talks with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on clinical testing of the drug in treating Ebola, company spokesman Takao Aoki said.He said Ebola and influenza viruses are the same general type, and a similar response can theoretically be expected from Ebola.Favipiravir inhibits viral gene replication within infected cells to prevent propagation, while other anti-vir ...
[FARMINGTON RIVER, LIBERIA] There's an island in the middle of a river, in Liberia. Deep in the jungle of West Africa. That's said to be home to over 60 chimpanzees, all infected with contagious diseases. They were released there years ago after being used for medical research. And now they roam wild. We've come to the Republic of Liberia to find out about the incredible story [MONROVIA LIBERIA] behind this place, the locals call Monkey Island. [DAWN OF THE PLANET OF THE APES PRESENTS] [ISLAND OF THE APES] [MONROVIA, LIBERIA] Upon arriving in Liberia, one of the first things we noticed is that monkeys, apes, chimps, are everywhere. [KAJ LARSEN, MOTHERBOARD] We just saw this guy randomly on the side of the street. It's a pet? Yes. My pet. And where did he come from? Lofa. And isn't that where they had the ebola outbreak? Yeah, that is where the rumor is from. Oh, Ok, the rumor, I'm sorry. It's only rumor. To get to Monkey Island we first had to drive 40 miles outside of Monrovia. To a small village on the ...
LATEST: Only 7,442 candidates failed in all subjects in 2014 WASSCE The West African Examinations Council (WAEC) has explained that out of the 242,162 candidates who sat for the May/ June 2014 West Africa Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE), only 7,442, representing 3.07 per cent, failed in all the subjects they wrote. “According to the interpretation of grades for the examination, F9 is a fail. Thus, those who could be said to have failed the WASSCE are the ones who obtained F9 in all subjects they sat for,” a statement signed by the Principal Public Relations Officer of WAEC, Mrs Agnes Teye- Cudjoe, explained. The explanation followed concerns from the public that 71.89 per cent of the candidates failed the WASSCE. “The council wishes to explain that the fact that 28.11 per cent made grades A1 to C6 in six subjects does not mean the remaining 71.89 per cent failed the examination.” “A candidate could obtain A1 in five or more subjects, but if the candidate obtains, say, D7 in Englis ...
Scaling out and scaling up: Improving in West Africa
EBOLA PRAYER REQUEST UPDATE " Ebola continues to ravage Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Liberia, causing a humanitarian crisis in West Africa. Not only has the disease claimed 1,350 lives, but it has disrupted almost every aspect of life. More and more countries are restricting travel to slow the spread, with Liberia taking the drastic measure of instructing its soldiers to “shoot on sight” anyone illegally crossing the border from neighboring Sierra Leone. The confusion has also disrupted supplies lines within the countries, making food and medicine more difficult to find. An Ebola outbreak starts from contact between a human and an animal, where the human is exposed to infected fluids or tissue, possibly through eating the meat or being bitten. The disease then spreads from human to human through contact. Scientists think fruit bats are the disease’s natural host, but many different animals, such as monkeys, can be carriers. The disease is thought to have started in a jungle area of Guinea, near the bor ...
Ebola kills two people in the Democratic Republic of Congo - in the first reported cases outside West Africa.
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VIDEO: Why Ebola is so dangerous. The disease explained in 60 seconds. Please share... -OFW Admins - Ebola Virus Infection Ebola is a rare but deadly infection that causes bleeding inside and outside the body. Although popular movies and books describe major outbreaks of ebola-like disease in the U.S., they're just works of fiction. Ebola strikes mainly in remote villages of Central and West Africa, but it has spread to some African cities, too. The disease, also known as Ebola hemorrhagic fever or Ebola Virus Disease, kills up to 90% of people who are infected. So far serious Ebola cases have only shown up in Africa. Ebola can spread from country to country when people travel. So it is possible for Ebola to reach the U.S. if someone who is infected travels here on a plane. But there are safety measures in place to prevent people from coming to U.S. airports with the disease. Airline crews are trained to spot the symptoms of Ebola in passengers flying from places where the virus is found. Crews are told t ...
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Famed pathologist Michael Brown’ in Sunni [Muslims] in West Africa has up 45 minutes after a military operation.
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In villages rumor circulates that Whites brought Ebola to West Africa to kill Blacks (was Sharpton there?)+who often refuse Red Cross help.
England’s health authority has warned that the Ebola Virus in West Africa is “out of control,” and its Foreign Secretary Phillip Hammond says it poses a “very serious threat” to Britain. Travelers from West Africa could easily bring the disease...
More countries tighten controls over Ebola Today's News Fri, 22 Aug 2014 More countries have tightened restrictions for travellers originating from Ebola-affected countries. Modipe Nkwe, manager of Public Affairs for the Civil Aviation Authority of Botswana, denied that the country had closed its borders to travellers from Ebola-affected countries, but both the African Travel And Tourism Association (ATTA) and Botswana Tourism have reported that travellers from Ebola-affected areas were being turned away at the airport. According to Modipe, Botswana’s airports are currently performing thorough health checks for travellers from West Africa on entry into the country. He said: “This may cause some delay, hence we kindly request that travellers exercise some patience as this is an important public health intervention to prevent cases coming into the country. Any inconvenience that this may cause is highly regrettable.” However, ATTA reported earlier this week that an SA-based tour operator travelling w ...
West Point residents say they need to leave the slum to buy food and go to work Continue reading the main story Ebola outbreak Economic 'devastation' Life on front line Why so dangerous? Mapping the outbreak Police in Liberia's capital, Monrovia, have fired live rounds and tear gas during protests after a quarantine was imposed to contain the spread of the deadly Ebola Virus. Residents of the capital's West Point slum area say the barbed wire blockade stops them buying food and working. Four people are said to have been injured in the clashes. Liberia has seen the most deaths - 576 - in the world's worst Ebola outbreak, which has hit West Africa this year. A total of 1,350 have died in four countries - Guinea, Nigeria and Sierra Leone, as well as Liberia. Some Liberians believe Ebola is a hoax, so the government is running public information campaigns Hundreds of West Point residents protested on Wednesday after security forces erected blockades around the slum. One 15-year-old boy was injured in West Poi ...
U.S. Ebola patient discharged: Dr. Kent Brantly, who contracted the deadly Ebola Virus in West Africa while he...
Dr. Kent Brantly: "Please do not stop praying for the people of Liberia and West Africa"
"I am forever thankful to God for sparing my life, attention my sickness has brought to those in West Africa" Dr. Kent…
HSEWN GLOBAL HEALTH NEWS: Two American aid workers who contracted Ebola while working in West Africa have been released from the hospital. Doctors say the former patients are no longer contagious, posing no threat to others. Kent Brantly, a physician with the humanitarian group Samaritan's Purse, was discharged from Atlanta's Emory University Hospital today. Missionary Nancy Writebol, of SIM USA, was discharged Tuesday.
Dr. Kent Brantly and Nancy Writebol were was working with Christian aid organizations in West Africa when they were infected with Ebola.
There is no end in sight to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, according to the head of the World Health Organization.
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Ebola fears slow tourist flow to Kenya , South Africa The Ebola outbreak in West Africa is putting off thousand...
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The outbreak in West Africa is putting off thousands of tourists who had planned trips to Africa this year.How do you think the countries should tackle this?
All I hear on the news is about keeping the peace but not much progress being made, what should be happening is making a change, not just for now, because of ISIS, Missouri, the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, because if something isn't done permanently our children and our grandchildren are going to grow up in a world not like the one we knew as children.
West Africa: What are US Biological Warfare Researchers Doing in the Ebola Zone? This is a call for an immediate, thorough, and independent investigation of Tulane University researchers (see here and here) and their Fort Detrick associates in the US biowarfare research community, who have been operating in West Africa during the past several years. What exactly have they been doing? Exactly what diagnostic tests have they been performing on citizens of Sierra Leone? Why do we have reports that the government of Sierra Leone has recently told Tulane researchers to stop this testing? Have Tulane researchers and their associates attempted any experimental treatments (e.g., injecting monoclonal antibodies) using citizens of the region? If so, what adverse events have occurred? The research program, occurring in Sierra Leone, the Republic of Guinea, and Liberia—said to be the epicenter of the 2014 Ebola outbreak—has the announced purpose, among others, of detecting the future use of fever-viruses as biowe ...
The current Ebola outbreak in West Africa has already claimed the lives of over 1000 people. Under-resourced health systems are struggling to cope, and the WHO recently declared the situation an international health emergency. In light of this, the UK Department for International Development (DFID),…
Ebola is the virus that causes Ebola Virus Disease. Ebola Virus Disease is a serious illness that causes viral hemorrhagic fever and is deadly in up to 90 percent of cases. Ebola damages blood vessel walls and inhibits the blood from clotting. This results in internal bleeding that can be life-threatening. Ebola outbreaks have garnered serious attention as there is no known treatment, vaccine, or cure for the disease. These outbreaks have primarily affected people in tropical regions of Central and West Africa. Ebola is typically transmitted to humans through close contact with the bodily fluids of infected animals. It is then transmitted between humans through contact with blood and other bodily fluids. It can also be picked up through contact with contaminated fluids in an environment. Ebola symptoms include fever, diarrhea, rash, vomiting, dehydration, impaired kidney and liver function, and internal bleeding. Ebola Virus Structure Ebola is a single-stranded, negative RNA virus that belongs to the viru ...
I want to thank my family and friends for all their support in helping with Ghana preparation. After a long back and forth discussion with World Health Organization, United Planet and my family, I've come to a hard conclusion to cancel my trip to work in the hospitals in Ghana this time around due to Ebola outbreak in West Africa. I'm really upset and disappointed, but it's the safe choice for myself and family.
All 365 of Sierra Leone’s Ebola-related deaths pinned on one healer Published time: August 20, 2014 16:58 Get short URL Reuters / Tarik Jasarevic Tags Africa, Health,Medicine Sierra Leone’s Ebola crisis has been traced back to a single healer in an isolated border village, who had claimed to be in possession of special powers to cure the deadly disease that started penetrating the border, it has emerged. “She was claiming to have powers to heal Ebola. Cases from Guinea were crossing into Sierra Leone for treatment,” top medical official, Mohamed Vandi, who was based in the crisis-struck Kenema district, told AFP. “She got infected and died. During her funeral, women around the other towns got infected,” he told the agency. The woman was based in the eastern border village of Sokoma. Mourners at the funeral of the healer prompted a chain reaction of sorts, and what was initially a more confined outbreak materialized into a severe epidemic when, in June, the virus struck a city of 190,000 called ...
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Ebola crisis has a serious financial effect on West Africa
Over 1500 volunteers working non-stop to control in West Africa. Please help.
y CAF insist on football to be played in west Africa,let's work to eliminate Ebola not encourage the spread
MONROVIA, Liberia (AP) — Riot police and soldiers acting on their president's orders used scrap wood and barbed wire to seal off 50,000 people inside their Liberian slum Wednesday, trying to contain the Ebola outbreak that has killed 1,350 people and counting across West Africa.
The South West Africa campaign of was colonial competition at the expense of the people
Good morning blessed people,today let us join hands as believers and cry to God in jesus name for this pandemic(EBOLA) which has plundered our fathers,mothers, brothers and sisters in west Africa;lets pray for divine healing,health and protection from this virus in jesus name.
Ebola death toll in West Africa climbs to 1, 350: WHO
As we are inundated with media coverage of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, including Sierra Leone, it is important to recognize the root causes of this international public health crisis. On a g...
A doctor is bound for West Africa to help a team of doctors treating
Ebola-affected countries should immediately begin exit screening all passengers leaving international airports, sea ports and major ground crossings, the U.N. health agency said on Monday. The agency didn't spell out which countries should start screening passengers, but noted that the Ebola outbreak involves transmission in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leona and a "small number of people in Nigeria." All countries, even those unaffected by the outbreak in West Africa, need to strengthen their ability to detect and immediately contain new cases without doing anything that unnecessarily interferes with international travel or trade, the agency said. But countries don't need to impose travel restrictions and active screening of passengers if they do not share borders with Ebola-affected countries, it said. Authorities in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea say they are already closely inspecting departing passengers for signs of fever or illness. The risk of the Ebola Virus being transmitted during air travel is ...
was invaded 100 years ago today by the forces of German South West Africa.
INTERVIEW: UN System Coordinator on Ebola dispels myths, pledges support for West Africa’s efforts to halt outbreak ht…
Liberia police fire on protesters as West Africa's toll hits 1,350.
International Netball Federation cancels international meeting in Nairobi (East Africa) owing to outbreak in West Africa
MAKING SURE WE KNOW There are two people, unfortunately victims, who saved this country from Ebola Ammaggadon. Those dissing their memories and efforts in one way or the other would have been singing a different tune by now had they not prevented the wildfire from starting! Dr. Ameyo Stella Adadevoh singlehandedly saved Nigeria from Ebola and paid the supreme price in the process! She it was that ordered that Ebola rest be carried out on Mr. Patryk Ebola. We would have never known and possible there would have been out-of-control infection spin-off from that bio-terrorist! Then SHE RESISTED PRESSURE BY A WHOLE EMBASSY to release that satanic agent of Ebola! I bet you, if you go check her phone, you will see the pressure also came from over-zealous follow-follow Nigerian officials! Dr. Adadevoh stood her ground! She gives me hope that professionals still remain in Nigeria! We may not be as bad as we make ourselves out to be! I hear Mr. Ebola Patryk was headed for SCOAN. Can you just imagine what that could ...
Dr Chan in A humane world cannot let the people of West suffer on such an extraordinary scale
Dr Chan in Many people have asked me why the outbreak in West Africa is so large, so severe, difficult to contain: p…
What's Ebola...? Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) or Ebola hemorrhagic fever (EHF) is a disease of humans and other primates caused by an ebolavirus. Symptoms start two days to three weeks after contracting the virus, with a fever, sore throat, muscle pain and headaches. Typically, vomiting, diarrhea and rash follow, along with decreased functioning of the liver and kidneys. Around this time, affected people may begin to bleed both within the body and externally.[1] The virus may be acquired upon contact with blood or bodily fluids of an infected animal.[1] Spreading through the air has not been documented in the natural environment.[2] Fruit bats are believed to carry and spread the virus without being affected. Once human infection occurs, the disease may spread between people, as well. Male survivors may be able to transmit the disease via semen for nearly two months. To make the diagnosis, typically other diseases with similar symptoms such as malaria, cholera and other viral hemorrhagic fevers are first exc ...
Liberia: Not So Fast - Ebola Trial Drug Trumpeted in Liberia Is 'Pesticide' Monrovia — A trial drug introduced in Liberia as a possible cure for the deadly Ebola Virus is nothing more than a pesticide which was recently rejected by health authorities in Nigeria. A group under the banner Concerned Citizens of Liberia chaired by Mr. Nathaniel Blama a Montserrado County Senatorial candidate told a news conference last weekend that it had secured a Product "Nano Silver" that they feel can be used to deactivate the Ebola Virus if given to a patient of Ebola. The group claimed that it had found a solution for the Ebola Virus that has killed hundreds of people they discovered a Nutrient call Nano Silver. Blama said: "Nano Silver, from our research, has shown that it has the power to cure lots of illnesses and diseases, including the ability to deactivate the Ebola Virus." The Nutrient according to Blama is made up of crystal mineral water and Macro Particles of refined silver. The Nutrient, he said, is nontoxi ...
International efforts to halt the spread of Ebola in West Africa will take many more months as crushing poverty, dysfunctional health systems and widespread fear continue to fuel the epidemic, according to world health officials.
West Africa must openly confront its political and governance weaknesses to curb the growing drug trade in the region, former Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo said on Wednesday.
Latest Pics of The Biggest Market in West Africa, located in Abia State. Well, Abians should know better by now, another chance to get it right is around the corner.For Aba, we have ( flyboolt cars) (swimming keke ) (ship trucks) and people that jump like frog because bad roads.
Brevet från Nigeria. Förlåt - Togo. "Dear Nystroem. I am Mr.David Biawah, a lawyer based in Lome capital of Togo republic in West Africa. I need your urgent assistance for the claiming of the sum of $11.7 Million deposited in a bank by late Mr Adam Nystrom, He was my client & the bank has authorize me to bring his next of kin for the fund claim. Declare your interest to enable me send you the detail."
Ebola is real and is finishing people in West Africa, lets all remember them in our prayers.
Eish! There are still people who think that Africa is a Country. You have an Ebola outbreak in some parts of West Africa, and they cancel their visit to the Southern parts of Africa that is thousands kilometres away from the Western parts. This is also despite assurances from Health Ministers in Southern Africa that there are no reported cases of the virus in the Region.
LONDON (Reuters) - Up to 30,000 people could have used experimental treatments or vaccines so far in the world's worst outbreak of Ebola currently plaguing West Africa, British scientists said on Wednesday.The
you ever wondered where the Irish get their light skin color from? Well, it appears we may now have the answer.     A major new US study at Penn State University has found that Europeans' light skin stems from a gene mutation from a single person who lived 10,000 years ago. Scientists made the discovery after identifying a key gene that contributes to lighter skin color in Europeans, and the Irish fall into this category. The Mail Online reports that, in earlier research, Keith Cheng from Penn State College of Medicine reported that one amino acid difference in the gene SLC24A5 is a key contributor to the skin color difference between Europeans and West Africans. This is undoubtedly where the Irish get their light skin from. "The mutation in SLC24A5 changes just one building block in the protein, and contributes about a third of the visually striking differences in skin tone between peoples of African and European ancestry," he said. Cheng and his team studied segments of genetic code that have a mutati ...
Making news at 10 Skeleton found in parking basement 1. The skeleton of a man, the head detached, was found at the South African Social Security Agency (Sassa) building in Wynberg, near Maynard Mall, yesterday The skeleton was found by a construction worker who had been doing renovation in the basement parking lot. Police spokesman Captain FC van Wyk confirmed that the skeleton was that of a male. He said a murder investigation had been opened and forensics and pathologists were present to determine the age of the skeleton and how long it had been there. 2. The North West department of transport has allocated R240m for a scholar transport programme, MEC Gaoage Molapi said yesterday. In his budget speech Molapisi said his department was currently providing transport services to about 51 567 pupils in this financial year. He said all routes would be redesigned and all transport operators had already been instructed to take their vehicles for compulsory testing at government testing stations. 3. Police in th ...
Secretary at Beam Energy: BEAM ENERGY is an independent oil and gas company with the principal business objective of identifying, acquiring and developing interests in oil and gas assets in West Africa, focused initially on Nigeria including the prolific Niger Delta. Beam En...
Good Morning Ladies & Gentlemen which country can you give the best in Pigeon English in West Africa is it (a) Nigeria (b) Ghana (c) Siera Leone (d) Liberia (e) Burkina Faso
West Africa Commission on Drugs presents report to ECOWAS chairman John Dramani Mahama.
Experts explain why the Ebola Virus is spreading so fast and how it’s affected West Africa. They also talked about prevention measures.
Ebola: How Providence, Tact Saved Nigeria From Catastrophe By Olaolu When the Americo-Liberian man, Patrick Sawyer undertook his now famous flight into the country from his native country, little did Nigerians know that an unwanted death carrier had landed. Sawyer, whose visit to the country had become controversial, was billed to attend a function of the regional organisation, Economic Commission of West Africa (ECOWAS), in Nigeria later checked into a Lagos hospital for treatment of a less known ailment, Ebola Fiver. The care centre, First Consultants Hospital, a private medical centre has had the unenviable fortune of being the first port of call for the dreaded disease currently ravaging the West African region in the country. Owing to the fact that the scourge, though have been around for some was alien to Nigeria, thus it exposed the level of preparedness of the country to emergency medical situation. Though, a high profile personality, Sawyer sought help of the medical facility located at the highb ...
This morning I woke up to a nomination for the ALS ice water bucket challenge which of course, I quickly declined! This challenge is now being done as a game rather than for its cause. It seem to be spreading faster than Ebola in West Africa! However, I find it funny and I laugh at the ignorant participants but I still want to nominate. I therefore nominate not 3 but 4 people starting off with my most controversial classmate Audrey Stewart- Morris. Dipping into the friend's stream am calling out Nikki Atse Ashley Depass and Marlene Anderson. Come on now girls am ready, waiting and embracing myself for this entertainment. Llol
A Brisbane doctor bound for Sierra Leone to help victims of Ebola says she will be more protected than the international workers who contracted the deadly virus. Clinical director of anaesthesia at Redlands Hospital Dr Jenny Stedmon leaves for West Africa on Saturday for a month to join an international team of physicians and nursing staff treating victims of Ebola. Earlier this month, an American aid worker working with the deadly virus while in Liberia became infected. Meanwhile, two men in Austria who had been hospitalised on the suspicious of carrying the virus were given the all clear. "We will have the protective equipment that is required so we will be more protected than they were," Dr Stedmon said. "Of course nothing is without risk, but I think on balance, the good that can be done is more important and I think this is a preventable disease, it's important to say that. "With proper protective clothing it's not that likely that I will be affected by the disease." Dr Stedmon said she would have fu ...
A Brisbane doctor heading to West Africa to help Ebola victims says she will be well protected against the virus.
The Wellbeing Foundation Africa Celebrates the Life of Nigerian Humanitarian, Dr. Ameyo Stella Adadevoh As we reflect on World Humanitarian Day, which was globally commemorated on the 19th of August 2014, the Wellbeing Foundation Africa recognizes all aid workers who have risked their lives and faced adversity in order to help others. In today’s world, selfless healthcare workers all over the globe, from UNICEF in Syria to Doctors without Borders in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, also continue to provide invaluable humanitarian services in the face of danger, which have resulted in countless lives being saved. According to the United Nations, 2014 has recorded the highest number of aid worker deaths, kidnappings and injuries, while carrying out life-saving activities. As emphasized by WHO Director-General, Dr. Margaret Chan, “Doctors, nurses and other health workers must be allowed to carry out their life-saving humanitarian work, free of threat of violence and insecurity.” This is particularly i ...
A Sacramento County patient tested for the Ebola Virus returned to California earlier this month after traveling to West Africa, state health officials said Wednesday.
THE FIGHT AGAINST EBOLA It's nearly nine months since the first case of Ebola was reported in Guinea, West Africa. The virus subsequently spread to Liberia and Sierra Leone after causing so much fatality in Guinea. West Africa sits today in a state of uncertainty over efficient measures to take in order to avert a regional disaster. The most shocking reality has been the manner in which government officials and other politicians have extensively engaged in politicising this health dilemma. Can these politicians come to the realisation that innocent lives are perishing daily. We will like to use this forum to issue a wake call to those politicians to arise and tackle the issue. Please stop politicking.
Ebola is from the pit of ***   Nigerian Prophet T.B. Joshua of The Synagogue, Church of All Nations (SCOAN) declared in his church service on Sunday 17th August 2014 that the killer disease Ebola currently ravaging West Africa is from ‘the pit of *** . According to Joshua, who led his congregation in prayer for the nations and individuals affected, time was up for the ‘strange ailment’ and life would soon return to normal for the affected countries. “The so called strange ailment coming from three nations – Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia… satan is the manufacturer, the source,” Joshua defiantly declared to the faithful. “Begin to capture the covenant of that strange sickness,” the cleric then enjoined the congregation. “Command that strange ailment to come out and go to the pit of *** in the name of Jesus Christ!” “Because of Christ, people of Liberia, Sierra Leona, Guinea, you are released,” Joshua bellowed, accompanied by the vibrant congregants in a service allegedl ...
We now know Patrick Sawyer was actually on his way to a famous Nigerian miracle pastor's Church. Another Liberian just showed up, again with Ebola, on his way to same miracle pastor. What do these Liberians know that we don't? When you advertise miracles on billboards and posters plus international satellite TVs, putting up all kinds of strange displays of healing power, some people are bound to believe you. Now those who disagreed with banning of miracles on TV a few years ago must now know better. So between these pastors, government inability to screen visitors entering Nigeria and the abysmal state of healthcare across West Africa, we are indeed in soup! I still cannot believe our internal affairs ministry did not do the easy thing of requesting pre-flight temperature profile from countries like Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone, even when we had enough warning. Simply no plan. Lastly, all people from African countries reading this, listen carefully: Our healthcare system is a mess and we do not bel .. ...
Praying for Liberia & Sierra Leone tonight, is killing women, men &children. Please help me spread awareness of the health crisis in West Africa.
Ebola is spreading in West Africa and the scientists from the West told us that the diseases is from the consumption of bush meat . Is bush meat eating new to Africa ? Our fore fathers ate bush meat and they didn't suffer from any disease similar to Ebola . The inhabitants of Pacific Islands of Fiji, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Christmas Island, Comoros etc are all bush meat eaters. In Fiji for example the weather is similar to that of tropical Sub Saharan Africa . They hunt for games and eat bush meat ranging from rats, bats, snakes and various reptiles . These are consumed as their major source of protein. Why do we have Ebola in Africa and it is spreading in Africa's emerging economies . There is more to Ebola than meet the eyes. Africa's emerging economies need to train crack squads of hackers and maintain a super intelligence gathering and sharing to checkmate the activities of real and imaginary enemies . As China emerges and overtook rival Japan as world's second largest economy they did not go to s . ...
Check out this article reporting on our recent Global Leadership Conference in West Africa. "Leadership is a trust!"
Richard Dowden: – what West Africa could learn from Uganda
For Fejiro Ogbanufe, National Finance Officer on the FMM West Africa project, free movement
So the outbreak of this Ebola what what in West Africa, particularly Liberia, Sierra Leone and Nigeria has apparently affected our tourism industry. It seems like our global friends aren't aware that as a country we are thousands of kilometers away from the said countries and neither do we share any borders with any of them. In other words they take Africa as one big country. Talk about ignorance!!!Just like those Gautengers who would ask you if you know someone from Lusikisiki just because you introduced yourself as someone from PE (Eastern Cape)...There are still those ignorant Gautengers who think that IKOLONI is just one big city, mnxm
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Dai Floyd, adventurer and all round good egg is currently having the wonderful experience of taking his son around the Western Front battlefields where two of his relatives from Neath - Fred Worth and Sam Floyd lie in Commonwealth War Graves. Sam Floyd was from the Latt, which prompted me to think of the one man from Neath - also from the Latt - from WW1 who is buried in Sub Saharan Africa - Morogoro Cemetery in Tanzania to be precise. It took me a long time to piece together this man's service for the book I am writing, including the interrogation of files in Pretoria and Nairobi. It's quite a story, and I set it out below. Please keep information on your relatives coming - particularly anyone out there who has a relative on a local memorial. Any detail will help. Jon. Allen, William John. Lieutenant Indian Army, Attached East African Intelligence Department. William John Allen had a most interesting life and military career. He was born at the Latt in Neath, in 1893, the son of John and Emilah Allen of ...
Brilliant cc RT“Pop tunes become infomercials in the fight against in West Africa
The African Development Bank pledges $60 million to help authorities in West Africa fight the worst-ever outbreak...
West Africa Ebola toll passes 1,200, quarantine victims to get food: WHO
Ebola in West Africa is more lethal than its Congo Jungle outbreaks. By having a mortality of only 55% Vs the 90% of the Equatorial outbreaks, the 45% have time to spread and infect more. Compound with cultural bottlenecks in urban West Africa!!
360Fresh: Obina – Fight Ebola: Still on the fight against the deadly outbreak “Ebola” in West Africa, Smart Do...
NEWS of the death of Professor Dora AKunyili came to most Nigerians as a rude shock. More confounding to many of them was the report that such a high profile stakeholder in the health industry died of cancer. But she was not alone as many notable Nigerians and thousands from other West African count…
Ebola is speadng wide in west africa God hv mercy upon innocent soul pls!
When you read it ,they are saying west Africa is worsing (EBOLA) oh ok ,that what am talking about
The Sahel region of West Africa is one of the harshest places to live on earth: 100º heat and access to clean water is rare. This September, you can help cha...
Africa Finds Its Own Cure For Okechukwu Ofili on August 17, 2014 Opinion LAGOS, NIGERIA – While America is busy injecting defenseless rats with the Ebola Virus to systematically extract antibodies that can maybe “cure” Ebola. A group of extraordinary Africans have come together to find a more humane and effective cure for the disease. Sources confirm that this potential cure does not involve harming rats, monkeys or any sort of animal and neither was it created in any fancy or expensive African research University or Hospital (that is if they even exist). These brilliant scientists…I mean pastors gathered inside Africa’s most lavishly equipped and weekly funded medical research facility … the Nigerian church … where several other cures have been discovered in the past couple of years. Including the cure for Aids, the cure for Cancer, the cure for Poverty and even the cure for Boko Haram just ask Pastor T.B. Joshua! So while America is still playing around with rats, these Nigerian pastors ar ...
CHIBOK GIRLS, ISIS AND INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY SAGA Today is about 4 months when we heard about abduction and kidnapping of some school girls in Nigeria. the incidence was highly tensed from both local and international communities whereby reaction from Nigerian security agencies indicated not only incapability but also unprofessional in handling such a small group of insurgents (Boko Haram). The situation escalated more and more when the news media throughout the world began to write and headline the incidence in their cover story .Therefore, the superpowers got alerted and began to intervene; The USA, Britain, France, China, Canada, Iran and Israel all offered help to bring back the girls, and of course they did help by sending military experts to Nigeria.Those experts are now almost 3 months in Nigeria searching for those girls in a specific location known to all (Sambisa) but still could not find them. What are they really doing in Nigeria? Is Boko Haram such an untouchable "terrorist" group? Does Bok ...
About 200 people suspected of being newly infected with Ebola were quarantined in northern Sierra Leone, the World Food Programme said Tuesday as the outbreak spread across West Africa. The cases had all been reported this week in the town of Lunar in Port Loko district, said Glen Myers, a (...)
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PUBLIC HEALTH ALERT:HOW TO PROTECT YOURSELF FROM KILLER Ebola Virus. Below is all the information you need to know about Ebola Virus: (1). It is a Central African disease that has traveled over countries in a living host to West Africa. It is easily spread by physical contact and eating contaminated bush meat. Major hosts are in 5 species of Bats but monkeys and apes are easily infected and killed. (2). It kills in a week, leaving no time to treat an individual(3). It has no known vaccine or cure(4). Known cases have been experienced recently in Guinea, Liberia and Central Africa Rep, spreading eastwards and westwards towards Nigeria. Death toll so far in West Africa is over 1000. (5). The Ebola outbreak of 2014 is the most challenging one witnessed in Africa.What we can do? :1. Avoid eating any bush meat for now! Especially Apes and Bats 2. Wash your hands as regularly as possible, especially after shaking hands with anyone. It is spread by contact. 3.The most straightforward prevention method during Ebo ...
A new illness has shown reared its head up in West Africa but is currently in Personal hygiene is a good way of combating and also eating healthy foods which boosts your immune system. Prevention is better than cure.
JONATHAN AND THE SACKED DOCTORS,WHAT PEOPLE THINK ABOUT IT: The Resident doctors deserved it. Firstly the education of over 80% of these doctors was subsidized by the government. These doctors are part time doctors because they are working and still schooling to become consultants in their various fields. The average remuneration of resident doctors is over N270 per month and these are not permanent staff of the hospitals. Also the traing/courses they undergo to become consultants is financed by the government whether National (NECO) or West Africa. Yet the went on strike and were paid July salary while still on strike. Last year they went on strike close to three times and at december Fed Govt reached an agreement with them to massively increase their salary such that a House officer(fresh graduate) would now receive N270 and Resident doctor over N350 per month. They are on strike now because govt also heeded to other health workers demand for a marginal increase in salary relatively to the doctors own. ...
On my way back to Africa, this time west Africa. I will not be in an Ebola region, so no need to worry. I would just appreciate prayer for a successful trip. I'm headed somewhere that we feel God is up to something special.
we have to surrender 2 or 3 kenyans in west Africa to catch Ebola and die than to risk 40m Kenyans at home-cs, health. what a government!
Vicissitudes :-( This beautiful art is in memory of all those captive Africans who died on slave ships during the Middle Passage, the crossing from Africa to the Americas. About a third of captives died from the horrible conditions on board. Their bodies were thrown into the Atlantic. Others, particularly women with children, who were often allowed to move about unshackled on deck, threw themselves over. Many believed in reincarnation and hoped to escape slavery and be reborn to a life of freedom. How bad was it that they chose suicide? It certainly is justifiable under these nefarious conditions. Vicissitudes defined: a change of circumstances or fortune, typically one unwelcome or unpleasant. Vicissitudes depicts a circle of figures, all linked through holding hands. Located in Grenada’s Moilinere Bay, Jason de Caires Taylor’s underwater sculptures are a momument created to pay homage to the hundreds of slaves that sought freedom or were forced to jump overboard slave ships travelling through the Mi ...
The ice bucket challenge thing is pretty cool, but here are a whole bunch of other disease-fighting charities you can donate too! Some of these orgs are helping with the ebola crisis in West Africa.
An extract from BBC about the myths of Ebola in West Africa: "In the latest flashpoint - some people in Lunsar, about 120km (74 miles) east of the capital, Freetown, say the new cases are not Ebola patients at all. In fact, they insist that witches are flying around the country in aircraft and one of these crashed causing casualties".
The world is experiencing a deadly outbreak of deadly Ebola Virus Disease and has killed more than 700 people in West Africa. The disease has no known cure and only one in ten people wh
The world is unusually turbulent right now.its like brush fires are springing up everywhere. Civil unrest in America, war lingering in eastern Europe, tensions rising in the South China Sea, Ebola spreading in West Africa, and Israel in full combat. Father help your children.
YOUTUBE VIDEO OF The Hebrews Israelites From The {Fula} & {Mandinka} Tribes in Gambia West Africa Talking about how Their People was Taken into Slavery and t...
Suspected EBOLA in Germany on Tuesday, 19 August, 2014 at 16:54 (04:54 PM) UTC. Description The Ebola Virus came a little bit closer to home today after a woman was tested for the deadly dise ase in the German capital of Berlin. The 20-year-old woman, who collapsed while working at a Job Centre in Berlin's Pankow district was taken to hospital after showing symptoms of the virus. According to Berliner Zeitung the woman, who is originally from West Africa, said she had had contact with victims of Ebola in her homeland. The job centre was immediately cordoned off and around 600 people have now been quarantined inside, according to reports. Police have not confirmed the case was Ebola but said they were testing for the disease. The deadly virus can only be determined after a blood test is carried out. Early symptoms include fever and circulation issues and mucus. There have already been cases of Ebola found in Spain and Austria. A Spanish priest became the first person in Europe to be treated for the disease ...
The World Health Organization has declared the Ebola outbreak in West Africa an international health emergency. The disease has already killed at least 961 p...
Oops! It is a continuation of my birthday rite...Ok, let me first acknowledge my maker before I go any further step!My lord n my God without whom none of this would have happened, the creator of heaven n earth, in my humbling voice n being, I want to take this time to say, thank you once more heavenly father for giving me the chance to reached this far! I am blessed, because not all who were born on the same day as me were fortunate to see this day.But here I am today being celebrated in a grand style!... August- 16th,my birthday is very special and dear to me, because it is the day I was brought into this world by two beautiful n wonderful personalities:my mommy n daddy. Both of whom who have nurtured me into being a well productive woman in society today! ... I wanna say, mission accomplished mommy n daddy, so your continue to rest on in the bosom of father Abraham...One lesson my beloved late dad taught me and i have learned,which I have carried with me, and will continue to until the day I follow h .. ...
One of our ministry partners in West Africa, Amevivina Care Project, held its 2014 women's conference in Ghana this month. Over four days, 44 women leaders were trained in women's health, micro-enterprise, and inductive Bible study methods. We are delighted to see the progress of ACP's ministry in just a few short months since being with them in Togo this spring!
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Extreme Medicine: The Search for New Antibiotics By Kate Kelland and Ben Hirschler August 19, 2014 NORWICH, England (Reuters) - Pampering leafcutter ants with fragrant rose petals and fresh oranges may seem an unlikely way to rescue modern medicine, but scientists at a lab in eastern England think it's well worth trying. As the world cries out for new antibiotics, researchers at the John Innes Centre (JIC) in Norwich are also taking a bet on bacteria extracted from the stomachs of giant stick insects and cinnabar caterpillars with a taste for highly toxic plants. Their work is part of a new way of thinking in the search for superbug-killing drugs - turning back to nature in the hope that places as extreme as insects' insides, the depths of the oceans, or the driest of deserts may throw up chemical novelties and lead to new drugs. "Natural products fell out of favour in the pharmaceutical sphere, but now is the time to look again," says Mervyn Bibb, a professor of molecular microbiology at JIC who collabor ...
The WHO is urging Ebola screenings for travelers in West Africa. Which begs the question…there are still travelers in West Africa?
update: The World Food Programme is to distribute food to 1m people in quarantine zones in West Africa
EU FMs special session: discussions focused on situations in Iraq,Middle East,Ukraine & Ebola epidemic in West Africa
As the Ebola outbreak in Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea, and Nigeria worsens, Nazarene churches in West Africa are asking for prayer and support. “People are deeply worried and engulfed with fear,” said Rev. Daniel Johnson, who serves as district superintendent in Liberia. Nazarene churches are responding by providing health education in communities within the major Ebola “hot spots.” The education program teaches church and community members how to spot symptoms of Ebola and prevent the spread of the disease. Churches are also working to provide prevention and hygiene supplies, including chlorine, disinfectants, soap, pump buckets, and gloves. In addition, they will provide food and vitamins to strengthen the health and immune systems of people living in the affected areas. To contribute toward relief efforts, you can give to the Africa Emergency Relief Fund: (Photo credit: Getty Images/John Moore)
EBOLA: U.S. to deploy 100 medical personel to West Africa!
I fear that this issue is completely out of control in Liberia and it portends a possible shutting down of West Africa …
uhm about 100 trained teachers marking over 500,000 papers each country in west Africa
Travel to West Africa Once again we want to stress the importance of not traveling to West Africa, as the region is in the middle of a detrimental outbreak of the Ebola Virus. Ebola has only a 10% survival rate and is easily transmitted fromperson to person. We understand that UMVIM teams want to reach out and help during this time, but please understand that teams will only burden an already over-burdened area.
Samaritan's Purse 1 hr · URGENT PRAYER NEED: The Ebola crisis in West Africa is spiraling out of control. Pray for peace, healing, and help for the suffering people.
This week I'll be talking to the international director of Mphs based NEW POST: 901 in West Africa
Applause:: Heroic US doctor traveling to West Africa to fight Ebola
Ebola suspect held at Entebbe airport. Uganda is on high alert following an outbreak of Ebola in West Africa that...
Pharmacists working in West Africa have spoken about the overwhelming scale of the challenges they have faced in Liberia in the battle against the Ebola Virus.
causing most of the value/money from the natural resources to go to the West and East Asia rather than Africa,
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West Africa flight ban leaves Kenya Airways in a fix
Palm oil now destroying the forests and habitat of great apes in West Africa too:
The is providing support to Liberia and Sierre Leone in efforts to prevent the spread of Ebola.
Africapitalist proponent Tony Elumelu has committed N100 million to help battle Ebola outbreak in West Africa - http:/…
Charts showing the rise of Ebola cases and deaths in west Africa
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Dear West Africa Young People, the cancellation of this yr's WAYPC was necessary due to the virus issue across the Sub-region. traveling across the borders is quite difficult. Coordinators of the Conference are still in fellowship to find an alternative. however, those who have already prepared to be in the Conference should use this time to really enjoy the whole New Testament of the Bible and bring the overflow to the Lord's day meeting as if you just returned from the conference. Amen.
Zambia only got escalators last year and even they know better than us and enforced flight restrictions to west Africa.
Caf Passes Flying Eagles for 2015 AYC after Lesotho Walk-Over Nigeria U-20 men’s football team became the first to reach the group stages of the 2015 African Youth Championship (AYC) after Lesotho failed to show up for a first-leg qualifier on Saturday. The South African nation had earlier expressed concerns over the Ebola Virus outbreak in West Africa, stating categorically its government has placed a travel ban on people arriving from Nigeria Having not been served any prior notification about suspension of the fixture from the Confederation of African Football (Caf), match officials decided the Flying Eagles had walked over Lesotho 15 minutes after the referee’s kick-off whistle in Kaduna. Coac Manu Garba Says the Flying Eagles Will Go Straight Into Camping for AYC. “The Flying Eagles have been declared winners according to the regulations of the competitions,” a statement on the Caf official website read. Nigeria will, henceforth, join seven other countries including hosts Senegal in the tourn ...
G+ Ebola – Who's to Blame?. The current outbreak of Ebola in West Africa has called into question the e...
Kq should be forced to stop the route to west africa,ebola is real
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I disagree. + West Africa was colonized by the British before slavery so most people would've converted anyway.
First day off in Kigale, Rwanda working on the CECAFA Cup. Went to the Kigali Genocide Museum which documents the events that scarred this land in 1994 when over a 100 day period around 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus were murdered. Fantastic example of how to deal with a tragic past. Have posted some pics and left out the truly gruesome images displayed. Although inevitably some of those included are still disturbing. DON'T VIEW IF YOU ARE OF A SENSITIVE DISPOSITION. Thought this part of Africa's history might be of interest to those never likely to make it here. There is also a section dedicated to Genocides of the past from the Hereros in South West Africa, the Khmer Rouge in Cambodia and obviously the Nazi Holocaust. By the way, although entry is free you have to pay $20 to take pics inside the Museum
Thoughts to to keep out and hope for the rest of West
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taking toll on businesses and commercial activities across West Africa where the virus has killed over 1,000 people.
seeks to halt flights to West Africa
D issue of Ebola Virus in west Africa is bringing abt a lot of error in d catholic church. Let us pray for d holy church dat our lord wil rmain wit us in d holy eucharist nt minding d errors. AMEN.
Ebola ain't a terrorist that you would say,'he was last seen in West Africa.'
Airlines Urged to Keep Flying in West Africa Amid Ebola Outbreak: Health officials say it's almost impossible to... ht…
LIBERIA is very suspect you know . Like it seems like there is an element trying to spread Ebola across West Africa . I am deeply suspicious
WHO urges calm as Kenya bans contact with Ebola-affected countries
someone warn since KQ has been shipping them by the drones frm west Africa
If multichoice thinks west africa is not fit to be part of BBA because of ebola scare, we must as well boycott the use of their services.
Ebola Outbreak Worsens With Missing Patients, US Scare: The deadly virus is spreading fear in West Africa and beyond.
continues to spread in West Africa | Photos | The Big Picture
I'm in grudge about Ethiopian flying in the west Africa but friends from the next door r insisting.
Over 2000 suspected cases of in See our new map & updates:
Investigate the disappearance of United States anti-poaching pilot Bill Fitzpatrick & plane in West Africa.
Ebola: U.S to deploy 100 medical personnel to West Africa
Guinea bears brunt of West Africa Ebola havoc: Guinea companies, expatriates, investors and tourists are fleei...
The government’s order to suspend flight to and from both Sierra Leone and Liberia because of the ongoing Ebola outbreak may take six months before it is lifted. This is after an estimation by Medical charity Medicins Sans Frontiers (MSF) said the outbreak of the epidemic in West Africa will take at least six months to bring under control
EBOLA The day you rose you drove Africa to be mad.It was some decades ago but nobody knows your origin.Questions linger battling in our heads,but the key to where the answers are kept is lost and cannot be found. In west Africa you are notorious.All knees bow before you.Not because you are MIGHTY NOR SACRED,but because of the worse that comes with you.Some tried to escape like wild animals in order to survive,but at a blink of an eye you swallowed them. You are hostile,greedy,egocentric and most of it,ALL EVIL.The question is WHY and WHAT for?? but the river to all answers has dried up. Our lives are kept active by prayers.All day long we kneel down and cry out to GOD.The question is HOW MANY MORE SHOULD DIE BEFORE DOING SOMETHING ABOUT IT?
The upcoming visit of a delegation of leaders from Ghana sponsored by Sisters Cities International has been postponed. The geographic location of Ghana is in a region in West Africa experiencing an ever expanding epidemic of the Ebola Virus. Although the risk of transmission of this disease as a result of this visit is quite small, it is felt the small risk might overshadow the value of this important event. The visit will be rescheduled and announcements will follow.
Happy that KQ has seen sense and withdraw their financial greed flights to West Africa, with effect kesho. I hope it will cover the whole of West Africa routes and not Liberia/Sierra Leone only.
You cannot reason with ebola. That if flights are stopped from going to west africa, ebola could still com in through the sea. That is the gov.position.
Shock as tourist cancel SA travel plans over Ebola. Ebola is moving faster than we can handle the crisis in West Africa is outstripping the ability of Aid organisation to stem the epidemic. MORENA BOLOKA SECHABA SA AFIRIKA.
The Power and Limits of "Stoma-Structure". do like vote-buying. It is essential. That is the only way we have to see anything good coming from the politicians. Anyway, I can vote for whoever I want.” – Anonymous (Sao Tome) in ‘Is Vote-Buying Effective? Evidence from a Field Experiment in West Africa’ by Pedro Vicente If Marcus were a poor man which our ancestors forbid—I should be the first to give him my paper [vote] for free, as I did before. But today Marcus is a great man and does his things like a great man. We did not ask him for money yesterday; we shall not ask him tomorrow. But today is our day; we have climbed the iroko tree today and would be foolish not to take down all the firewood we need.” – Ogbuefi Ezenwa in Chinua Achebe’s short story ‘The Voter’. With the recent governorship elections in Ekiti and Osun, a new expression has wangled its way into our political lexicon. It is “stomach infrastructure,” a term I want to further stylize as stoma-structure. Contrary to . ...
South Africa’s Health Minister Aaron Motsoaledi has dismissed claims that the Ebola Virus Disease has arrived in South Africa. This after the Democratic Alliance’s Jack Bloem caused a public panic with claims that a lady, from Guinea, who went into labour at the Rahima Moosa Hospital, west of Johannesburg, had contracted the disease. The Minister said the lady tested negative for the disease and there is still no sign of the disease in the country. “She did not even have symptoms…” he said. “We did the PCR on the lady and she is negative — that’s the normal test that the National Institute for Communicable Diseases (NICD) does for Ebola. We still took precautions… we did the serology, although it was not necessary, and it was also negative,” said Minister Motsoaledi on Thursday. He called the urgent media briefing following allegations that a female patient admitted at a hospital was infected with the disease. The test, called DoD EZ1 Real-time RT-PCR Assay, is designed for use on indi ...
You know you're a geek when you're excited to hear a conversation regarding Ebola intervention in West Africa on NPR Radio! Loving my new car!!!
Family, Ebola seems to be getting around From West Africa to Central Africa now back in to Uganda and Kenya, what is really going on in Africa??? We will be getting the back lash of the evil that is projected on the motherland, now there is a possible case of Ebola in New Mexico.
Ahead on group now wants KQ to suspend all flights to West Africa. Stay tuned for details.
How can CNN effectively report about the Ebola outbreak in West Africa with a correspondent "on location" in South Africa (Johannesburg) ?
AfDB pledges $60 million in grants to fight the epidemic in West Africa - African Development Bank & no
As many of you know, the Ebola Virus has plagued West Africa, and now the borders of Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia have been shut down. Given the severity of the situation, as much information as possible should be disseminated in efforts to solve the crisis associated with this epidemic.
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Still waiting for Gambia president Yahya Jammeh to consort a cure for Ebola in West Africa. TD Jakes can go to *** with his medicine
Doctors without borders says the Ebola Virus in West Africa will take six months to contain.a God our people really suffering and will continues to suffer for six months again.hum God please help West Africa and Africa.dey way Liberia government don't have budget allocated for disaster or state of emergency to help citizens hummm,in Liberia ninety nine standing fifty nine sitting.Liberia dat suffering.
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