IOM Liberia Ebola Crisis Response April 2016

IOM Liberia Ebola Crisis Response April 2016
IOM supported the International Health Regulations  (IHR)  assessment  of  four
airports  and  sea  ports  to  evaluate  the core capacities needed for detecting and
responding  to  specified  human  health hazards and events.

In April, IOM trained an additional 80 screeners  who  were  deployed  to
checkpoints and points of entry along the Guinea and Liberia  border  to  strengthen
surveillance  measures  to  detect  and prevent  cross border  transmission  of Ebola.

As part of the Epidemic Preparedness and   Response   Consortium,   IOM
conducted 23 health facility spot checks in  Gbarpolu,  Maryland,  and  Grand
Gedeh  counties  to  evaluate  case management protocols are in place.


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