‘Green’ Stove Dedicated to my Grandma Will Feed 1000s in Haiti

first_imgAddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMoreWhen InStove first started out, their “green” stoves were written off as “patio furniture.”Years later, these multi-purpose, biomass cook stoves are feeding thousands of children across Haiti while ensuring the safety of the cooks who prepare the meals.The latest stove to arrive in Haiti is dedicated in the memory of my grandmother, Lucy, who passed away in June.  She was a beautiful, warm-hearted woman who always made sure everyone was fed–and often took pans out of the oven with her bare hands (as we all gasped).Photo by Nick MosesMany people gift InStoves in someone’s name as a way to honor their memory; individuals and organizations raise money to buy the stoves at cost, and donate them to developing countries overseas. Currently, they are being used in hospitals, clinics, schools, refugee camps, and orphanages.The “Lucy Stove” recently landed at El Shaddai Ministries, an organization that feeds, houses, and educates 200 orphans in the Cambry, Sud region.Before the InStoves arrived, cooks were preparing food over dirty, open charcoal burners, breathing fumes for hours each day while cooking hundreds of meals. Additionally, the unsustainable charcoal used for cooking was made from dwindling forest resources in Haiti, which has a 97% deforestation rate—it was costing the orphanage $400 each month.Now, the kitchen can sustainably cook on sticks collected on the property and in the vicinity, feed thousands of kids and community members over its lifetime, and save them money on their energy bills.And, just like grandma’s invulnerable hands, no one will ever be burned by it.InStove also sent an autoclave unit to the El Shaddai Ministries clinic—a health facility which previously had no way to safely sterilize medical equipment or waste.The mere task of cooking food overseas is a larger problem than you’d think: nearly three billion people worldwide cook on inefficient, biomass fires, contributing just as much to global climate change as car tailpipes do.InStove’s design reduces the amount of fuel needed by up to 90 percent, the equivalent to the carbon footprint of up to 2.7 American households.And, because the stoves are all vented to outside the kitchen, the cooks can breathe easier.“This is exciting,” said one of the cooks at El Shaddai. “Now I can wear my church clothes to work!”The Lucy Stove itself was also made with love—InStove founder Fred Colgan, 71, and his co-founder, Damon Ogle, put the finishing touches on the stove together this past July. The two men hadn’t worked side-by-side on stoves since the first 50 were shipped out to Darfur six years ago.CHECK Out: Pastor Turns Food Desert into Garden of Eden for the PoorOgle had recently finished treatment for throat cancer, but still decided to drive down to the factory facility in Oregon to help out.In the beginning, when Colgan, then a 65-year-old retired carpenter, met Ogle, an engineer with a new stove design, they both shared a common vision to help some of the world’s poorest people.“I asked him if he thought it was something we could take to the world and serve poor people with as a nonprofit,” Colgan told Good News Network. “I guess we were in the right place at the right time, just two stubborn old guys who wanted to make a difference.”Colgan and Ogle immediately got to work hand-building prototypes of a stove that featured a combustion chamber made of stainless steel surrounded by lightweight insulation. At operating temperature, which can reach 1100 degrees Celsius, the stove literally “burns up the smoke,” and captures over half the energy generated by the fire.Currently, there are InStoves located around the world, including 100 in North Darfur and 100 in South Darfur being used to feed 200,000 children. Colgan trained many of those cooks himself.(WATCH the video below or visit InStove.org to learn more) AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to EmailEmailEmailShare to RedditRedditRedditShare to MoreAddThisMorelast_img read more

Libraries

first_imgNew Jersey PTA: www.njpta.org  Public libraries in Burlington and Ocean counties offer learning, recreation, distance education, internet connections and other resources for users — all for free. In addition, school libraries that support the curriculum and offer internet access and other resources are in most public and private schools, and academic and special libraries are found in colleges and universities. The New Jersey State Library, www.njstatelib.org, supports libraries in the state with resources, interlibrary loan and other assistance.Residents can enjoy and make use several public libraries in Burlington and Ocean counties. Get information about services, hours and events by visiting the branches’ websites. For a full list of libraries in New Jersey, visit the New Jersey State Library website. The following public library branches are near Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst.Burlington County Library System5 Pioneer Blvd.Westampton, NJ 08060 609-267-9660www.bcls.lib.nj.us Pemberton Library16 BroadwayBrowns Mills, NJ 08015 609-893-8262www.bcls.lib.nj.us/pemberton Ocean County Library101 Washington St.Toms River, NJ 08753 732-349-6200http://theoceancountylibrary.org Education LinksFind resources to help your student achieve academic success at these websites: Military Child Education Coalition: Ensures quality educational opportunities for all military children affected by mobility, family separation and transition. Visit www.militarychild.org  for information on programs and resources. U.S. Department of Education: www2.ed.gov/parents Reading is Fundamental: www.rif.org  New Jersey Department of Education: www.state.nj.us/education  Tutor.com:Eligible students and service members in U.S. military families around the world can work one-to-one with an expert tutor online 24/7. Get free help with homework, studying, test prep and proofreading in more than 40 subjects. Visit http://military.tutor.com.last_img read more

The Best Fort Bliss Schools: Daycare – High School (2021 Edition)

first_imgIntroductionSo, you just got your orders for Fort Bliss. Now what? If you’re a parent, one of the first things you need to do when relocating to a new area is research the childcare and school options. Luckily, Fort Bliss is a fairly simple area with a major school district that covers both on and off post options.Choosing the best school districts are a big factor in making your next housing decision. And if you’re still in the process of buying a house, there are loads of great listings for Fort Bliss on AHRN.com.Suggested Read: Fort Bliss TX: In-Depth Welcome CenterSchools on Fort BlissAll schools on Fort Bliss as well as a large number of those off post are all part of the El Paso Independent School District.There are five schools on Fort Bliss that are part of the El Paso Independent School District, and you can find the contact information below.El Paso Independent School District6531 Boeing DrEl Paso, TX 79925Phone: 1 (915) 230-2000The El Paso Independent School District (EPISD) is the largest school district in the area with more than 60,000 students and 92 campuses including those on the post itself. This includes 51 elementary schools, 15 middle schools, 10 high schools, 1 K-8 school, 4 specialty schools, and 4 alternative campuses.Elementary Schools on Fort Bliss1. Bliss Elementary, PreK-54401 Sheridan RdFort Bliss, TXPhone: 1 (915) 236-51502. Powell Elementary, PreK-54750 W. Ellerthorpe RdFort Bliss TXPhone: 1 (915) 774-77753. Logan Elementary, PreK-53200 E. Ellerthorpe RdFort Bliss, TXPhone: 1 (915) 236-57504. Milam Elementary, PreK-55000 Luke RdFort Bliss, TXPhone: 1 (915) 236-0325Middle Schools on Fort BlissMiddle schools are located off post and are listed below.High Schools on Fort Bliss1. Chapin High School, 9-127000 Dyer StFort Bliss, TXPhone: 1 (915) 236-0325Daycares on Fort BlissIf you’re looking for childcare on post at Fort Bliss, there is a Family Child Care (FCC) program which is registered and quality controlled, providing flexible hours and even overnight child care in a comfortable home setting. Providers are vetted and licensed caregivers through the Child and Youth Services.1. Family Child Care3503A Story StFort Bliss TXPhone: 1 (915) 568-4198Childcare on Fort BlissThere are also 5 Child Development Centers (CDC) on post for children 6 weeks to 12 years old. Parents may register annually for free with the CYSS Parent and Outreach Services at 1 (915) 568-4374.1. Main Child Development Center (CDC)1730 Haan RdFort Bliss, TXPhone: 1 (915) 568-5689*Currently closed due to construction. Check for updates here.2. Milam CDC11896 Haan RdFort Bliss, TXPhone: 1 (915) 744-78773. Logan CDC3500 Ellerthorpe RdEl Paso, TX 79904Phone: 1 (915) 568-39894. Replica CDC5036 Sheridan RdWest Fort Bliss, TXPhone: 1 (915) 569-71965. East Bliss CDC20707 Kasserine WayFort Bliss, TXPhone: 1 (915) 744-2731Schools Near Fort BlissFamilies living off-post have no shortage of great schools and daycare facilities to choose from in the massive El Paso Independent School District. Below is a list of the EPISD schools located closest to the post housing areas.There are ten other smaller school districts in the surrounding counties; El Paso, Socorro, Gadsden (NM), Ysleta, Canutillo, San Elizario, Clint, Anthony, Fabens, and Tornillo. However, EPISD is the largest and has the most military students in attendance. If you’re unsure what school your child will be zoned to, here is a handy school locator.For those living farther away from post, visit the corresponding county websites to get more information about these nearby education and childcare options. Socorro, Gadsden (NM), Ysleta, Canutillo, San Elizario, Clint, Anthony, Fabens, and Tornillo.Elementary Schools near Fort Bliss1. Hughey Elementary, PK-56201 Hughey DrEl Paso, TX 79925Phone: 1 (915) 236-02502. Nixon Elementary, PK-511141 Loma Roja DrEl Paso, TX 79934Phone: 1 (915) 236-59063. Travis Elementary, PK-55000 N. Stevens StEl Paso, TX 79930Phone: 1 (915) 236-6200Middle Schools near Fort Bliss1. Bassett Middle, 6-84400 Elm St.El Paso, TX 79930Phone: 1 (915) 236-63502. Richardson Middle, 6-811350 Loma Franklin DrEl Paso, TX 79934Phone: 1 (915) 235-66503. Ross Middle, 6-86101 Hughey DrEl Paso, TX 79925Phone: 1 (915) 236-0800High Schools near Fort Bliss1. Andress High, 9-125400 Sun Valley DrEl Paso TX 79924Phone: 1 (915) 236-40002. Austin High, 9-123500 Memphis AveEl Paso, TX 79930Phone: 1 (915) 236-42003. Burges High, 9-127800 Edgemere BlvdEl Paso, TX 79925Phone: 1 (915) 236-7200Private Schools near Fort Bliss, TXIf you’re looking for a good private school in the El Paso area, here is a list of the best rated private schools K-12. Below are just the top 5 rated options of K-12 Private Schools.1. Radford School, K-122001 Radford StEl Paso, TX 79903Phone: 1 (915) 565-27372. Mesilla Valley Christian Schools, K-123850 Stern DrLas Cruces, NM 88001Phone: 1 (575) 525-85153. Loretto Academy, K-121500 HardawayEl Paso, TX 79903Phone: 1 (915) 566-84004. Immanuel Christian School, PreK-121201 Hawkins Blvd,El Paso, TXPhone: 1 (915) 778-61605. Jesus Chapel School, PreK-1210200 Album AvePhone: El Paso, TX 79925Phone: 1 (915) 593-1153Daycares Near Fort BlissIf you’re living off post, you are still able to utilize on-post childcare. However, if you’re looking for something closer to your home off post, here is a quick list of just a few of the many options in El Paso as rated by Yelp.1. Westside KinderCare6923 Enid CtEl Paso, TX 79912Phone: 1 (800) 709-88142. Little Kings and Queens Daycare1815 Trawood Ste B-1El Paso, TX 79935Phone: 1 (915) 599-89083. A Mother’s Blessing Christian Daycare3389 WedgewoodEl Paso, TX 79925Phone: 1 (915) 590-4606ConclusionEnsuring your children’s care and education is priority number one for any parent. We hope that this short article can help with that search and allow you to focus on your resettlement and getting out to explore the desert and cultural sites of El Paso and Fort Bliss. And have all the fantastic Tex-Mex you can eat!last_img read more

RailAmerica, Providence and Worcester Railroad announce strategic alliance

first_imgThe Providence and Worcester Railroad (Nasdaq: PWX) and the New England Central Railroad, part of the RailAmerica (NYSE: RA) family which operates extensively in Vermont, have announced the establishment of the Great Eastern Route, a new coordinated commercial and operating platform.  This new strategic alliance is being developed to increase our collective business with both Canadian National and Canadian Pacific to rail customers in southern New England and to enhance their global access through our port facilities.Over the past 5 years the NECR and P&W have jointly invested significant capital in the infrastructure along with the States of Vermont, New Hampshire, Rhode Island and the federal government.  These investments enhance our service and combined with this new commercial and operating relationship will provide the basis for a greatly improved customer experience aimed at growing our collective business across all commodity lines.The alliance recently hosted inspection trains with our Canadian Class I partners and looks forward to establishing new and improved supply chains throughout the region.RailAmerica, Inc. owns and operates short-line and regional freight railroads in North America, operating a portfolio of 43 individual railroads with approximately 7,400 miles of track in 27 US states and three Canadian provinces.  P&W is a regional freight railroad operating in Massachusetts, Rhode Island,Connecticut and New York.  SOURCE RailAmerica, Inc. JACKSONVILLE, Fla., Feb. 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/last_img read more

Hot day for ultra-low sulfur heating oil

first_imgVermont Business Magazine It is hard to think about heating fuel on one of the hottest days of the year, but last Sunday marked an important milestone. On July 1, Vermont and the rest of the Northeast switched to ultra-low sulfur heating oil. As part of the 2011 Energy Act signed into law by then Governor Shumlin, the “Clean and Green Oilheat Initiative(link is external)” mandated Ultra-Low Sulfur Heating Oil with an implementation date of July 1, 2018. The rest of New England, New York and New Jersey also adopted the same 15 parts-per-million (ppm) standard.Why this matters.  Ultra Low Sulfur Heating Oil (ULSHO) will reduce particulate emissions, including sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxide. ULSHO cuts 99 percent of sulfur dioxide emissions, 97 percent of airborne emissions, and 30 percent of NOx emissions compared to regular heating oil. Emissions from this cleaner heating oil are the equivalent of natural gas, according to research conducted at Brookhaven National Laboratory.Heating clean also save money.  Boilers and furnaces operate more efficiently when running ULSHO, because the fuel produces 90 percent less ash and 40 times less soot than regular heating oil. This means more heat stays in your house and less goes up your chimney. Cleaner fuel also result in fewer deposits on the heat exchanger, which prolongs the life of oilheat equipment with fewer costly repairs. This clean fuel can also be blended with renewable biodiesel and used with existing equipment and fuel storage tanks. And when blended with renewable biodiesel, ULSHO has fewer greenhouse gas emissions than most other heating fuels, including natural gas.More than half of Vermont homes and businesses choose oilheat to keep them safe and warm. Vermont’s new clean fuel standards will help save money and protect the environment.  More about ULSHO can be found at heatcleanvt.com(link is external).Technical details about ULSHO and biodiesel blends can be found at the sources and links below.Ultra Low Sulfur Home Heating Oil Demonstration Project. 2015 study funded by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) conducted at Brookhaven National Laboratory.Report available at https://www.bnl.gov/isd/documents/89253.pdf(link is external)Developing a Renewable Biofuel Option for the Home Heating Sector. National Oilheat Research Alliance (NORA) 2015 Report to Congress. Report available at https://noraweb.org/2015/05/nora-releases-biodiesel-in-home-heating-report/(link is external)Biodiesel Blending in Home Heating Oil. Policy Paper New York Public Interest Research Group Fund June, 2014. Available at tinyurl.com/nypirgcleanheat(link is external)Studies to support the lowering of the sulfur content of fuel oil – From 41 N.J.R. 4156(a) State of New Jersey Available at https://www.state.nj.us/dep/baqp/studies.pdf(link is external)Biodiesel Blending in Home Heating Oil. Policy Paper New York Public Interest Research Group Fund June, 2014. Available at tinyurl.com/nypirgcleanheat(link is external)Studies to support the lowering of the sulfur content of fuel oil – From 41 N.J.R. 4156(a) State of New Jersey. Available at https://www.state.nj.us/dep/baqp/studies.pdf(link is external)Prefiled Testimony of Richard Sweetser before the Vermont Public Service Board. 2013.  Available at http://www.vermontfuel.com/fuelline/ewExternalFiles/PFT%20of%20Sweetser%20on%20behalf%20of%20VFDA-1.pdf(link is external)Prefiled Testimony of Matthew Cota before the Vermont Public Service Board. 2015. Available at http://www.vermontfuel.com/fuelline/ewExternalFiles/Prefiled%20Testimony%20of%20Matthew%20Cota%20.pdf(link is external)Source: VFDA 7.2.2018last_img read more

Gophers swim coach to serve as U.S. assistant at World University Games

first_imgGophers swim coach to serve as U.S. assistant at World University Games Nate GotliebFebruary 1, 2013Jump to CommentsShare on FacebookShare on TwitterShare via EmailPrintUniversity of Minnesota men’s and women’s head swimming and diving coach Kelly Kremer will serve as an assistant coach for the U.S. at the World University Games this summer, the University announced Wednesday.Kremer will coach a roster of 39 swimmers, including current Gophers swimmers Kyler Van Swol and Derek Toomey and former Gophers swimmer Ashley Steenvoorden.The Games, which take place every two years, run from July 6-17 in Kazan, Russia. The head coach of the combined men’s and women’s program since April 2011, Kremer also coached the U.S. at the 2011 Pan American Games in Mexico. He has coached at Minnesota since 1998.The men’s and women’s teams compete Friday and Saturday in the Big Ten Triple and Quad Duels in Madison, Wis., respectively.last_img read more

Why Do We Love Our Pets So Much?

first_imgBBC:When four chimpanzees captured a young blue duiker to play with, you might at first believe they wanted to keep it as a pet.They tumbled about with it but in the end it went badly for the antelope. Their playful behaviour was too rough and ended in its death. The chimpanzees continued to play with the corpse for another 30 minutes.This was a special case. The duiker was not a “pet” in the sense as we know it. Animals do not keep pets; you won’t see a chimpanzee taking a dog for a walk or an elephant keeping a tortoise for company.Making an animal part of the family seems to be something only humans do. The question is, why?Read the whole story: BBC More of our Members in the Media >last_img

Study signals association between flu vaccine, miscarriage

first_imgA study published today in Vaccine suggests a strong association between receiving repeated doses of the seasonal influenza vaccine and miscarriage.The authors said the study is an unexpected signal that calls for deeper investigation and highlights the challenges of monitoring the safety of annual vaccines.”We are not saying this is a causal relationship,” said James Donahue, DVM, PhD, MPH, a senior epidemiologist at the Marshfield Clinic in Wisconsin and the lead author of the study, meaning the data don’t necessarily show that the flu vaccine causes miscarriages. “There’s no biological basis for this phenomenon, so the study represents something that wasn’t expected.”In the case-control study conducted over two flu seasons (2010 to 2012), 485 women who experienced spontaneous abortion, or miscarriage, were matched with those who delivered full-term live or stillbirths. Donahue and fellow researchers were determining if spontaneous abortions were more likely to occur if a woman received the flu vaccine in the 28 days prior to the miscarriage.The study was funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC).Higher incidence after repeat vaccineThe investigators found no association between miscarriage and flu vaccine if a woman had not received a vaccine in the previous year, but in women who had consecutively gotten a flu vaccine containing the 2009 H1N1 virus, the researchers found an adjusted odds ratio (aOR) of 7.7, while women not vaccinated in the previous season had aOR of 1.3. This heightened association was seen in both seasons studied.The overall aOR in the 28-day window was 2.0, or double the risk, but those findings, in contrast to the H1N1 subset, were not statistically significant. There was no association seen in any other exposure window.”In a previous study conducted on flu vaccine and miscarriage, we did not see a risk,” said Donahue, referring to research conducted from 2005 to 2007. That study was conducted after the CDC made the recommendation 2004 that all pregnant woman in all trimesters get the seasonal flu shot. The CDC requested a follow-up study after the 2009 H1N1 pandemic.”We can speculate that what we see here is vaccination with H1N1pdm09 for the first time is like getting primed, then boosted,” said Donahue. “But now H1N1 is just a circulating seasonal virus; most children and young adults have been exposed by infection or vaccination.” In other words, there may have been a real effect in the seasons immediately following the 2009 pandemic, but further study will fail to show this association.Donahue and his colleagues are working on a follow-up study that looks at more recent flu seasons and triples the number of cases.Experts: Further investigation neededLone Simonsen, PhD, a research professor of global health at George Washington University, said the timing of the study interests her. She has conducted her own research showing that in 1918, when the world saw another H1N1 pandemic that was more severe than in 2009, as many as 1 in 10 women miscarried.”In this case getting the flu vaccine can be like being introduced to a virus that was evolutionarily quite similar to the virus from 1918,” she told CIDRAP News.But she also said the new study included only women with documented miscarriage. “Who are the women that document a miscarriage at 5 weeks?” asked Simonsen. “Probably someone who is also likely to get a flu shot.” If true, that would skew the numbers toward an association.In an accompanying commentary in the same journal, three US experts not involved in the study said miscarriage is one of the most difficult birth outcomes to study in observational research.”Among other factors, the high proportion of [spontaneous] abortions [SAbs] that take place in clinically-unrecognized pregnancies and the lack of consistency in accurate capture of these events in medical records when SAbs do occur, make such research difficult to carry out,” they write.After pointing out what they see as limitations of the study, such as possible unmeasured confounding (as illustrated by Simonsen’s question) and the implausibility of the prime-boost hypothesis, the experts write, “One important take-away message from this study is that seasonal vaccine formulations are not all the same.”As with other studies of drug safety in pregnancy, specific drugs require targeted post-marketing surveillance studies to monitor for safety, and the challenges are even greater for influenza vaccines, whose antigens and other components typically change each year.”The experts are Christina D. Chambers, PhD, MPH, and Ronghui Xu, PhD, at the University of California, San Diego, and Allen A. Mitchell, MD, with the Slone Epidemiology Center at Boston University.No change to recommendationsBoth Donahue and Edward Belongia, MD, the director of the Center for Clinical Epidemiology & Population Health at the Marshfield Clinic and a study coauthor, said this study in no way suggests reversing or revising the CDC’s recommendations pertaining to pregnant women and flu shots.”It’s very well known that getting the flu is bad for pregnant woman and bad for the baby, and we have a vast amount of safety data on the vaccine,” said Belongia.See also:Sep 13 Vaccine studySep 13 Vaccine commentarylast_img read more

Ebola continues decline, but mobile patients still pose a risk

first_imgA steady decline in the number of Ebola cases in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) outbreak continued last week, with just nine new cases reported from three health zones, but a new illness was reported from Oicha, which recently passed 30 days with no new cases, according to the latest update from the World Health Organization (WHO).In other developments, the DRC reported 2 more cases, lifting the outbreak total to 3,298, according to the WHO’s online Ebola dashboard.WHO’s latest detailed assessmentOver the past 3 weeks, the three remaining hot spots are Mabalako, Beni, and Mandima. Though the number of cases this week continues to fall, the WHO warned that the outbreak response will continue to face complex challenges, which include rural and hard to reach locations.The case from Oicha was an individual who died in the community, a factor known to pose a high risk of virus spread. Also, the WHO noted that the patient had links to Kalunguta, Oicha, and Mandima health zones. Family members and the community were at first resistant to responders, but the WHO said a multidisciplinary team has now started an investigation. So far, it’s not known how the person contracted Ebola.On a positive note, the WHO said all cases from Beni and Mabalako over the past week are linked to known transmission chains, a promising sign that most or all contacts of confirmed cases are being registered.In its update on entry point monitoring, the WHO described a recent example of ongoing challenges responders face regarding the movement of potentially infected people—and corpses—across the outbreak region.On Nov 17, a group in a car and on motorbikes moving southward refused screening at the Mavivi checkpoint, near Beni. Officials alerted workers at other checkpoints around Beni who stopped the convoy, which included the body of a 35-year-old man who died in Oicha and whose family wanted to bury him in Kabasha, located about 12 miles southeast of Beni. Samples from the man’s body were positive for Ebola, and after responders negotiated with the family, a safe and dignified burial was conducted in Kabasha, their hometown.In its conclusion noting that high vigilance is needed amid encouraging trends, the WHO said, “While movement of symptomatic cases continues, it is critical that all areas of the response remain effective, engaged and fully resourced.”Two new cases, death toll steadyAlong with the report of two new cases, the WHO’s dashboard said 537 suspected Ebola cases are still under investigation. No new deaths were reported, keeping the fatality count at 2,196.Yesterday the DRC’s Ebola technical committee (CMRE) said the new death reported yesterday involved a patient who died at Beni’s Ebola treatment center.The numbers of people vaccinated against Ebola continues to rise. So far, a campaign in two Goma health zones to immunize people with the newly launched two-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine (Ad26.ZEBOV, MVA-BN Filo) has reached 243 people. Meanwhile, 254,151 people have received VSV-EBOV, the main vaccine that has been used since August 2018 to battle the outbreak.See also:Nov 19 WHO Ebola situation reportNov 20 CMRE reportWHO online Ebola dashboardlast_img read more

Central McGowan Inc. expands automation capabilities

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