Inside Efforts to Prevent an Ebola Crisis in Central Africa

The current outbreak of Ebola in the country is the Democratic Republic of Congo is second deadliest in history, killing more than 400 people and infecting hundreds more. Its location in both an active conflict zone and a busy border region creates what what has been described as a "perfect storm" of risk for central Africa.

With more than 20,000 crossings between DRC and Uganda each day, monitoring everyone has become a major challenge.

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