“Bureaucracy, not Ebola is killing people” – Sierra Leonean Hospice Chief

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The New Citizen newspaper reported that, speaking at the opening of a two-day training for Ebola burial teams for the Western Rural District, Mr Madiye said that bureaucracy and individual differences were getting in the way of an effective Ebola response. 

He went on to remind those listening that core function of Shepherd Hospice is to support relatives of those who have died of the virus as well offering treatment to HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, cancer and people suffering from other sicknesses.

The Shepherd’s Hospice is supporting the two-day training for Ebola burial teams for Sierra Leone’s Western Rural District. The training will include practical exercises and aims to increase the strength of the current burial team so that people who die of Ebola can be given dignified burials. 

Read more on the New Citizen website

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