Sierra Leone:-As Ebola ‘COCKTAIL’ developed at Canadian and US Labs, we are asking what are US Biological Warfare Researchers Doing in Sierra Leone’s Kenema Government Hospital? (A MUST READ)

Kenema Government Hospital ebola Lab July 2014 (Sierra Leone)

 “Sierra Leone recently kicked out all US Ebola researchers from Tulane University and the US Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID), a known center for bio-ware research headquartered at Fort Detrick, Maryland. Just prior to that event two weeks ago after three nurses died from the viral hemorrhagic fever, Sierra More...

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By On Thursday, August 7th, 2014

DIASPORANS UNITE FOR AN EBOLA FREE SIERRA LEONE Letter To The UK

    National Health Service (NHS) ENGLAND 4th August 2014   Dear Sir/Madam, Re: Request for support and vaccines towards the eradication of the Ebola Virus in Sierra Leone and the West African sub -region. DIASPORANS More...

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By On Thursday, August 7th, 2014

DIASPORANS UNITE FOR AN EBOLA FREE SIERRA LEONE letter to the CDC

    Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) 1600 Clifton Road Atlanta GA, 30333 United States of America 4th August 2014   Dear Sir/Madam, Re: Request for support and vaccines towards the eradication More...

Dr.Yumkella  (from the RIGHT), mobilizes USD 500,000 for Sierra Leone
By On Thursday, August 7th, 2014

Yumkella mobilizes USD 500,000 for Sierra Leone, his Ebola stricken nation

 The Director- General of the OPEC Fund for International Development (OFID) has today approved an emergency assistance grant of US$500,000 to support the activities of the World Health Organization (WHO) in More...

Ellen Johnson Sirleaf
By On Wednesday, July 30th, 2014

Liberia: Special Statement By President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf On Additional Measures in the Fight against the Ebola Viral Disease

 Monrovia — My fellow citizens: Today, in continuation of our efforts to combat the deadly Ebola virus, I am pleased to launch the National Action Plan presented by the Ministry of Health and Social Welfare More...

Kamara Anthony A.K. Jnr
By On Monday, July 28th, 2014

Sierra Leone:-The Ebola Crisis: Our nation needs our help

 By: Kamara Anthony A.K. Jnr The news that Sierra Leone, like other countries in the sub-region, has been hit by the Ebola disease is no longer a secret. If anything, I had assumed that the disease could easily More...

Dr. Mohamed Kanu
By On Monday, July 28th, 2014

The Ebola Threat in Sierra Leone: Initial Lessons to Be Learnt

 By: Dr. Mohamed Kanu* In a world of globalization when travelling across the world has become so fast and easy, disease transmission has correspondingly become much more rapid. A few decades ago, disease transmission More...

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By On Tuesday, July 15th, 2014

Who Really Runs FIFA; the Sponsors or a Governing Body?

 By: Abdulai  Mansaray The world of football was shocked to see Luis Alberto Suarez Diaz bite his fellow professional, Italy’s Giorgio Chiellini during the match between the two countries. The ensuing outrage More...

Counterfeit drugs (File photo)
By On Tuesday, July 15th, 2014

Bogus medicines threaten healthcare gains across Africa

 By:Eleanor Whitehead* In June 2012 Angolan customs agents found more than they bargained for when conducting a routine check on containers shipped from China to the country’s capital, Luanda. While inspecting More...

A boat with African migrants spotted by the Navy at sea near Lampedusa, Italy, in February this year, where hundreds of thousands are set to follow this summer . (2014)
By On Tuesday, July 15th, 2014

Sinking hope:Thousands of Africans drown every year as they sail to Europe in search of jobs

 “Europe has transformed itself into a fortress, with anti-immigration legislation a centrepiece of foreign and domestic policy. Stringent visa regimes, among other restrictions, simply disqualify many More...