Posted on Apr 24, 2020
Part of what makes the coronavirus pandemic so difficult for many Americans is the sense of shock that comes with it. But most of the human family has endured prolonged suffering like this before. The experience of survivors can provide comfort, hope and wisdom.
Posted on Apr 23, 2020
At this moment of global crisis, our executive wants to share some of the ideas he has learned from a lifetime of partnership with people who have been through the unimaginable and survived. At a time of confusion and despair, these ideas might help you find your way to clarity, and even hope. We're calling this series "How to Survive a Disaster."
Posted on Apr 16, 2020
Here are a few stories about how USAID support is helping Asili fight the COVID-19 pandemic in eastern Congo this April 2020.
Posted on Apr 11, 2020
Élaboré pour les amis et les familles des personnes qui pourraient avoir COVID-19 Pourquoi la clinique Asili ne peut-elle pas prendre soin des personnes qui pourraient avoir COVID-19? Le virus qui cause la maladie COVID-19 est très contagieux. Il est facile pour le virus de se transmettre par voie aérienne. Les personnes qui peuvent avoir […]
Posted on Apr 08, 2020
As we trudge through this difficult time in our history, it is worth looking at the comparable realities of those of us in prosperous nations and those living in impoverished ones. In addition to gaining a sense of gratitude, we might be able to even glean a lesson or two.
Posted on Mar 30, 2020
I travel to Congo frequently and I was there during the recent Ebola outbreak, a challenge that is in many ways is precedent to what we face with coronavirus. Here’s a reason for optimism: The Congo just celebrated a major milestone with the passing of an entire month without a new case of Ebola. The Congolese can beat Ebola and we can do the same with coronavirus, especially if we pay close attention to the biggest lesson from that faraway epidemic. Citizens across Africa have beaten Ebola by beating an attitude of distrust in institutions, science and expertise.
Posted on Mar 26, 2020
Du Dr Johny Muhindo et l'équipe Asili, des conseils pour ralentir la propagation du coronavirus dans toutes nos communautés. From Dr. Johny Muhindo and the Asili team, guidance to slow the spread of the coronavirus in all our communities.
Posted on Mar 24, 2020
Today I am writing to offer my moral support to the whole ECI family around the world. In addition, I want to keep you up to date about how the pandemic is affecting ECI staff, partners, and people we serve. Aujourd’hui, j’écris avant tout pour offrir mon soutien moral à toute la famille ECI dans le monde. De plus, je veux vous tenir au courant de la façon dont la pandémie affecte le personnel, les partenaires et les personnes que nous servons. — Abraham
Posted on Mar 06, 2020
We at ECI have been preparing for the possibility that the virus should reach DRC or neighboring countries. Please be assured that we are putting protocols in place to protect the members of our staff. Please read this memo carefully, and stay alert for more guidance from ECI and Congolese health officials. À ECI, nous nous préparons à la possibilité que le virus atteigne la RDC ou les pays voisins. Soyez assuré que nous mettons en place des protocoles pour protéger les membres de notre personnel. S'il vous plaît lire cette note attentivement, et rester vigilant pour plus de conseils...
Posted on Feb 20, 2020
I am writing to you from Bukavu, where the year is off to a busy start. Congo has been going through an Ebola outbreak, but I am happy to say it seems to be under control. The new government of President Félix Tshisekedi is reaching out to the governments of Rwanda, Uganda, and Burundi — a promising start to the healing of old wounds in our region. Meanwhile, we are expecting Monusco, the UN peacekeeping force in DRC, to step down their troop levels. We’re keeping an eye on the situation, which has the potential to affect the economy and security of some of our partners...