The Democratic Republic of Congo needs an estimated U.S. $148 million to fight the current Ebola outbreak until July, says the World Bank, which has just announced grants of up to $80 million.
U.S.$80 Million Raised to Fight Ebola, More Needed
allAfrica, 28 February 2019
The World Bank, supported by Japan, Germany and Australia, has allocated up to U.S. $80 million in grants over the next six months to help fight Ebola in the Democratic Republic of… Read more »
Ebola Escalated Response - U.S. $80 Million Commitment to the Democratic Republic of the Congo
World Bank, 28 February 2019
World Bank Group and Pandemic Emergency Financing Facility support government and partners to contain the outbreak. Read more »
An Ebola tratment centre at a hospital in Beni in the DR Congo's North Kivu province.
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