At the end of 2020, Util delivered projectable advanced medical posts (PAMP) to Guinean civil protection. These equipement have been acquired thanks to funding from the Security and Defense Cooperation Directorate of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Europe. The equipment training was due to take place in January, but travel restrictions related to the health crisis did not allow it to be carried out. The resurgence of Ebola in the region prompted the French Embassy in Guinea to request the emergency intervention of UTILIS to provide training for the rapid deployment of equipment to deal with the situation. 48 hours after the request, a trainer was in Conakry. PAMPs are now deployed in the area.