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Dr. Abdul Bing, Medical Coordinator for The Alliance for International Medical Action (ALIMA) in Guinea, has conducted extensive work and research on the Ebola virus.

As a doctor with ALIMA, she has also been on a mission in Chad, working on reducing child mortality in N’Djamena, the country’s capital.

“Given ALIMA’s experience responding to Ebola, lessons learned from past epidemics and the new tools we have acquired – two effective treatments and innovative care units, such as the CUBE – our teams are well-placed to support the Ministry of Health-led response. They will do everything possible to provide the best possible care for patients infected with the Ebola virus, while reinforcing the capacity of national health workers,” said Dr. Abdoul Bing, Medical Coordinator for ALIMA in Guinea.