National Guideline for Healthcare for Ebola Virus Disease Survivors

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2016 | Ministry of Health Sierra Leone

The Ebola virus disease (EVD) outbreak of 2014-2016 left the largest cohort of survivors the world has ever known in the three worst affected countries, with Sierra Leone having the largest number of EVD survivors. In a bid to strengthen and build the capacity of health workers to be able to provide the basic and required health care for EVD survivors in the country. These clinical guidelines are for the assessment and treatment EVD survivors across Sierra Leone ensuring that survivors are well taken care of throughout the country by all stakeholders including private practitioners.

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Policy
Sierra Leone
Ebola