– After Leprosy and Ebola, a Glandois Retirement Battle on Kovid
At age 80, Harold Pfeiffer is still committed to the people of Sierra Leone who are suffering from malnutrition due to pandemic.
He may be remembered with a hot iron for spending many months in 1988 in a leper colony in Sierra Leone. We remember in 2014, Glander Herald Pfeiffer did not hesitate to fly For this West African country where the Ebola virus is creating havoc. He knew he needed to be at Magbenteh Community Hospital, which he helped build between 2002 and 2006. He said he returned to Switzerland three months later 24Time Terrible human tragedies caused by a deadly virus.
The health tragedy caused by Ebola did not question his commitment. Former physiotherapist of the clinic LLignier, Swiss co-founder–The Sierra Leone Development Foundation visits Sierra Leone six months a year. Today, he described the suffering experienced by the population due to Kovid, which is more affected by the effects of protective measures than the virus.