Lessons learned for surveillance system strengthening through capacity building and partnership engagement in post-Ebola Guinea, 2015–2019
The 2014–2016 Ebola outbreak in Guinea revealed systematic weaknesses in the existing disease surveillance system, which contributed to delayed detection, underreporting of cases, widespread transmission in Guinea and cross-border transmission to neighboring Sierra Leone and Liberia, leading to the largest Ebola epidemic ever recorded. Efforts to understand the epidemic's scale and distribution were hindered by problems with data completeness, accuracy, and reliability.
Strengthening Decentralized Health capacities in Border Areas amidst the COVID-19 and Other Epidemic Prone Diseases in Guinea
"Strengthening and decentralization of the fight against tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS to reach vulnerable populations in the Republic of Guinea" in the Forestière Guinea zone.
Decentralization of the Response to COVID-19 in Guinea through the Strengthening of Local Coordination and the Intensification of Community Monitoring of Contacts
Leveraging Partnerships to Maximize Global Health Security Improvements in Guinea, 2015-2019
Reinforcement and decentralization of the response against Tuberculosis and HIV/AIDS for Vulnerable Populations in Guinea
The overall objective of the project - significantly reduce the impact of TB in the Guinean population in the post-2015 MDG targets - Reduce i) new infections by 50% and ii) mortality and morbidity of people living with HIV/AIDS by at least 50% by 2020.