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Data Hosting: Sierra Leone Ebola Database (SLED)

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is assisting the Sierra Leone Ministry of Health and Sanitation (MoHS) in establishing and providing secure access to the Sierra Leone Ebola Database (SLED). This Database comprise of the data recorded by District Ebola Response Centers data managers; District Surveillance Officers; Alert Calls Centers operators; Laboratories technicians;  Ebola Holding Centers, Ebola Treatment Centers, and other health and medical facilities personal, and Burial teams. The data were contributed by the following organizations:

 

  • Sierra Leone Ministry of Health and Sanitation,
  • International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies
  • E-Health Africa
  • US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
  • Concern Worldwide
  • Catholic Relief Services
  • World Vision
  • Western District Health Management Team
  • Kenema District Health Management Team
  • Kambia District Health Management Team
  • Kailahun District Health Management Team
  • GOAL
  • International Medical Corps (IMC)
  • Save the Children
  • The 34 Military Hospital, Freetown
  • Catholic international development charity (CAFOD)
  • Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) – Holland
  • Partners in Health
  • International Rescue Committee

 

Laboratory data were recorded by:

  • Public Health Agency of Canada laboratories in Kailahun,  Kono and Tonkolili
  • Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention laboratory
  • Central Public Health Reference Laboratory/ Moyamba Ebola Diagnostic Center/US Defense Threat Reduction Agency laboratory
  • Dutch laboratories in Princess Christian Maternity Hospital, Freetown and Kono
  • Italian laboratory, Freetown
  • MoHS EM laboratory, Freetown
  • National Institute for Communicable Diseases laboratory, Lakka
  • Nigerian laboratories in Kambia and Freetown
  • Public Health England laboratories in Kerry Town, Makeni, and Port Loko

 

Data and Documentation

Please follow the standard RDC Procedures to access these data.

Each proposal will be reviewed by Sierra Leone Ministry of Health and Sanitation.

Additional Considerations:

Access Modes

SLED data can be accessed through the following RDC access modes:

 

Approved Projects – Next Steps

Follow the Steps outlined on Accessing Restricted Data with the following exception

  • Dataset: You will not have to provide additional data because 1) no public file are available and 2) You cannot merge external data to this data product.

 

 

 

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