The New York Times reported on December 29 that, in 2014, Ebola abated a bit in West Africa, then came roaring back.
The past year marked WiRED International’s completion of a three-year effort to develop a comprehensive health training program that offers expertly written, peer-reviewed training material free of charge for everyone.
WiRED International’s Certificate Program continues to attract community members in Kisumu.
WiRED International is pleased to announce that Anne Marguerite Stevens, M.D., Ph.D. recently joined our Governing Board.
WiRED International, now in its 12th year of operation in Africa, provided Ebola training during various events and presentations throughout Kenya.
Health care workers (HCWs) play a critical role in the international community’s efforts to stop the spread, and prevent the recurrence, of Ebola and other devastating epidemics.
Even as attention remains on Ebola, WiRED International emphasizes also the prevention of another threat—influenza, both abroad and in the U.S.
WiRED International has expanded our training program on Ebola with the addition of a module designed for students and their families.
Preparing people—helping them understand prevention—can be key in combating any epidemic. WiRED International and our partners pledge to stay ahead of the curve by training people in unaffected areas of Africa in advance of any Ebola intrusion.
WiRED International announces the culmination of a three-year effort to develop a comprehensive training program that offers expertly written, peer-reviewed training material free of charge for all people in underserved regions.