The second clinic that has suffered a damaged Ebola outbreak in the Congo Democratic Republic of Congo has eased, expanding the mistrust of health organizations.
Six months before the deadline, 548 life claimed, experts have warned that the virus is not under control and that the suspicion of agencies is damaging EU services.
Médecins Sans Frontières, Katwa and Butembo treatment centers, were attacked, and one of the agents that opened Ebola's response.
"Within the response, and to ourselves, MSF, we need to think more about what we could do, right now it is clear that we have no confidence in the community," said Pierre Van Heddegem, Ebola's response project coordinator Katwa, to consult with all communities adding the necessary agencies.
"In some neighborhoods, you need to go back to the square, sit down, listen to people and do not impose our views. [the response] It should be organized, "said Van Heddegem.
An Ebola treatment center in Butembo, province of North Kivu, staggered on Wednesday, attacked in a second week clinic. MSF had to close one of Katwa's treatment centers earlier, as well as in Northern Kivu, after attacking Sunday night. The assailants pulled stones in the center before setting up the pieces of the structure on the fire. When a patient's brother died, while trying to escape the scene, said MSF, although there were no specific circumstances of death. Medical rooms and equipment were destroyed.
The clinics live almost a million inhabitants.
On Tuesday, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, General Director of the World Health Organization, described an unprecedented occurrence. "There has never been an ebola epidemic, in these conditions, the population is very mobile and the gaps in the health system," he said.
Unforeseen efforts have intensified political conflict and instability. Suspicion and rumors, among others, are not true for Ebola, or financial gain.
Already, health workers have access to affected communities and fears may increase the occurrence. Police operation The use of Ebola responses reveals that agencies that do not support this condition have worsened and fear among communities.
"Why are you doing how you can work with other extracurricular activities? Then you put yourself in a very difficult position, which responds to this militarization," said Heddegem.
At the beginning of the evolution, there were 872 cases, according to the WHO. The source of the transfer is not clear in five cases. Very few families report signs of illnesses to the healthcare surveillance system designed to identify viruses in the first phase.
The WHO has warned that the risk is too great to spread the occurrence, not only throughout the DRC, but also in Uganda, Rwanda and South Sudan.
The agency requests $ 148m (£ 111m) calling on agencies to continue the response. Up to now, the commitment has been less than $ 10m.