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Abel Wade (05510200)

Abel Wade, Director of the National Veterinary Laboratory in Yaoundé, Cameroon, at the Institut Pasteur, Bangui, Central African Republic. Through an IAEA project, he is learning how doctors in Bangui spotted Ebola in the early 2000s and a monkey pox outbreak more recently using nuclear-derived techniques. Vice versa, Wade is sharing his expertise and experience in stopping the spread of a dangerous zoonotic disease that affected Cameroon: avian influenza. 8 March 2017

Photo Credit: Laura Gil Martinez / IAEA




Abel Wade & Emmanuel Nakouné (05510201)

Abel Wade (left), Director of the National Veterinary Laboratory in Yaoundé, Cameroon, and Emmanuel Nakouné (right), Scientific Director at the Institut Pasteur in Bangui, Central African Republic, at the Institut Pasteur. Through an IAEA project, Wade is visiting Bangui to learn how doctors spotted Ebola in the early 2000s and a monkey pox outbreak more recently using nuclear-derived techniques. Vice versa, Wade is sharing his expertise and experience in stopping the spread of a dangerous zoonotic disease that affected Cameroon: avian influenza. 8 March 2017

Photo Credit: Laura Gil Martinez / IAEA




Biosafety Measures (05510198)

Veterinarians and doctors visit one of the laboratories of the Insitut Pasteur in Bangui, Central African Republic. To African countries facing the threat of disease outbreaks, the IAEA’s help in equipping their laboratories and training their scientists in the use of these techniques and the corresponding biosafety measures is critical. 6 March 2017

Photo Credit: Laura Gil Martinez / IAEA




Abel Wade (05510196)

Abel Wade, Director of the National Veterinary Laboratory in Yaoundé, Cameroon, visits a laboratory at Institut Pasteur, Bangui, Central African Republic. Through an IAEA project, Wade is learning how doctors in Bangui spotted Ebola in the early 2000s and a monkey pox outbreak more recently using nuclear-derived techniques. Vice versa, Wade is sharing his expertise and experience in stopping the spread of a dangerous zoonotic disease that affected Cameroon: avian influenza. 6 March 2017

Photo Credit: Laura Gil Martinez / IAEA




Training Scientist (05510195))

The IAEA trains scientists in using nuclear-derived techniques to quickly detect animal diseases. During their training, they learn about the corresponding biosafety measures they need to take when handling infectious substances. Here, a sign held at Institut Pasteur in Bangui, Central African Republic, shows the different gear a scientist needs to wear before entering the labs. 6 March 2017

Photo Credit: Laura Gil Martinez / IAEA




Zoonotic Disease (05510199)

Abel Wade (left), Director of the National Veterinary Laboratory in Yaoundé, Cameroon, and Emmanuel Nakouné (right), Scientific Director at the Institut Pasteur in Bangui, Central African Republic, at the Institut Pasteur. Through an IAEA project, Wade is visiting Bangui to learn how doctors spotted Ebola in the early 2000s and a monkey pox outbreak more recently using nuclear-derived techniques. Vice versa, Wade is sharing his expertise and experience in stopping the spread of a dangerous zoonotic disease that affected Cameroon: avian influenza. 8 March 2017

Photo Credit: Laura Gil Martinez / IAEA




Biohazard Sign (05510197)

The IAEA trains scientists in using nuclear-derived techniques to quickly detect animal diseases. During their training, they learn about the corresponding biosafety measures they need to take when handling infectious substances. Biohazard sign held at the Institut Pasteur in Bangui, Central African Republic. 6 March 2017

Photo Credit: Laura Gil Martinez / IAEA




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National Assembly, Bangui, Central African Republic




National Flag of Central African Republic on a Brick Wall

National flag of Central African Republic on a brick wall.

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