Prevail ends one day capacity building session for journalists.


The partnership for research on Ebola virus disease in Liberia today continued regular training on reporting PREVAIL activities in the country.
The capacity building session for journalists started from the introduction of phase one study up to now phase five and six respectively. PREVAIL five study is focusing on vaccine especially for children under five years and is gear towards building their human immune system.
The study is currently on going at the Redemption Hospital in New Kru Town.
According to the mobilization lead of PREVAIL Joseph Boye Cooper the study is also on going with PREVAIL six which is dealing with the human genital behavior.
He told reporters at the training Tuesday that PREVAIL six study wants to know why some people died from the Virus while others are alive.
The aim among other things will in the future identify all of the health related challenges and eventually find a lasting remedy to the issue. Journalists at the end of the one day training were drained through by prevail officials on how to effectively report on the study and to as well create the necessary awareness on the importance of the study.
The training and study is a continuous process aimed at refreshing as well as updating the media about progress that has been made in the study as the team is Said to be working very hard to find a global solution to the issue of Liberia, the region and the global at large.

Courtesy of Amos P. Korzawu.