Send Liberia Life-Saving Supplies. If you gave to Haiti earthquake relief or tsunami recovery or any other humanitarian cause: why would you not help the people of Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone, whose countries are experiencing similarly devastating catastrophes, without the international outpouring of concern and aid that victims of those natural disasters received. Most of you are going about your normal lives, while three African countries - and potentially more - are collapsing from Ebola.
Fear of the Ebola virus, along with weak public infrastructure, and a slow response by the international public health community and world governments is reversing real progress in Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea. A group of prominent Africans launched a 'Call to Action' petition aimed at reversing the losses, starting by lifting quarantines on affected countries. Civil society organisations want an 'influential and knowledgeable' Special Envoy on Ebola from Ecowas. more
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