Ebola-Affected Nations Want International Help for Economies

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has told representatives of aid organizations and politicians at an international conference in Brussels that there is a need for an Ebola "Marshall Plan" to aid worst-affect countries recover. The meeting focused on the economic reconstruction of Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia.

Last June, Mary Wagbo, a farmer from the Liberian region of Lofa County, couldn't plant the rice as Ebola was spreading fast in the area.

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