Risking Repetition - Are We Ignoring Ebola's Lessons?
As delegates gather for a special high-level meeting on Ebola at the European Commission in Brussels, the International Rescue Committee has published a set of recommendations to help coordinate further action for the "total eradication of the disease".
A temperature gauge checkpoint 30km from Freetown.
Ebola Is Not Over Yet
ISS, 27 February 2015
The announcement by Liberia's President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf that children will be returning to school, and that borders with neighbouring countries will reopen, comes as a huge… Read more »
Ebola - Back to School, but Is It Safe?
UNIRIN, 20 February 2015
More than two million pupils in Liberia and Sierra Leone are heading back to school after a six-month shutdown caused by the Ebola outbreak. Authorities have taken steps to prevent… Read more »
U.S. Envoy On UN's 120-Day Ebola Progress Report
State Department, 18 February 2015
U.S. Mission to the United Nations, Ambassador David B. Dunn, U.S. Alternate Representative for Special Political Affairs Read more »
Massive Global Effort Created Anti-Ebola Success, Obama Says
State Department, 12 February 2015
This article originally appeared on the Defense Department website on February 11. Read more »
Reporting by U.S. media during President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf's four-day visit to Washington, DC last week generally portray Liberia as resilient and making progress in the wake ... Read more »
While careful not to declare the crisis over, U.S. President Barack Obama praised the sharp decline in the number of cases of the virus, saying that by April 30th, only 100 of the ... Read more »
The World Health Organization first knew about last year's Ebola outbreak in late March, but it was not declared an international public emergency until August.
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