DRC Health experts concern over newly-confirmed Ebola cases

Health experts in the Democratic Republic of Congo have raised concerns over the large number of newly-confirmed Ebola cases where patients have visited local clinics.
The health centres, known as tradi-moderne, are poorly equipped facilities run by untrained healers.
But they play an important role, providing healthcare to the majority of Congolese. In her reports looking at the impact of Ebola in the DRC, the BBC's Senior Africa Correspondent Anne Soy reports on the country's broken health system and its role in this outbreak.