Partners In Health Staff Members Cite Safety Deficiencies At Government-Run Ebola Facilities In Sierra Leone, NYT Reports

New York Times: Pattern of Safety Lapses Where Group Worked to Battle Ebola Outbreak
“Partners in Health, a Boston-based charity dedicated to improving health care for people in poor countries, signed on to the Ebola fight last fall with high ambitions. … Now, a previously undisclosed inquiry by international health officials and interviews with employees and managers of the aid group describe a pattern of safety lapses at a government-run treatment center in Port Loko, Sierra Leone, where Partners in Health worked. Staff members at the charity also cited a confusing leadership structure at the site…” (Fink, 4/12).

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