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In Libreville, a free call can be made to 1488 around the clock every day."People call, we suggest they come to see us, and we take out an ambulance to fetch those who can't make it," Yaba said.FE, available at: 7 February 2018] This is not a UNHCR publication.UNHCR is not responsible for, nor does it necessarily endorse, its content."It takes it a bit further than the traditional model...Canada: Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada, Gabon: Domestic violence, including the situation of women victims and state protection available to them and their children, specifically in cases where the father-in-law is the abuser (June 2005), 21 June 2005, GAB100229."Here you're in the heart of precarious living," one of Gabon's first medical responders says in Kolo Ngoum, a grubby shanty suburb of Libreville that has seen no doctors in ages.
The nurse notes that the woman "is suffering from hypertension and at risk of getting bedsores".
The next step in care is to make the free dispensary available to patients via general practitioners and specialist doctors -- very rare in Gabon.
When necessary, doctors visit the poor neighbourhoods or patients are sent on to hospital or care units.
It offers free medicines and healthcare along with lodging and psychological aid for the "poorest of the poorest", according to its founder and chief coordinator, Wenceslas Yaba.
One of the teams was making a local visit to Kolo Ngoum, where makeshift homes cling to a bushy, filthy hillside.