USAID Working With Guinea’s Health System To Restore Public’s Trust In Medical Facilities Post-Ebola Epidemic
USAID’s “IMPACTblog”: Ebola Aftermath: Restoring Trust in Hospitals in Guinea
Mariama Keita, a communication and partnership adviser in the Office of Sustainable Development of USAID’s Africa Bureau, writes, “In the aftermath of the 2014-2016 epidemic and in the face of its reemergence in the Democratic Republic of Congo, USAID is working with partners, communities, and policymakers to help Guinea recover and stay resilient. Through a combination of hospital renovations, medical equipment donations, and community engagement, we are rebuilding the people’s trust in the health care system so [residents] will resume using hospitals and clinics…” (6/26).
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