To contain Ebola, the United States must fulfil its promise to the World Health Organization

WHO responders are braving bullets to end the outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, but the virus could cross borders without the pledged funding.
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There is a need to speak up more and more.

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Richer countries must do more to help in Ebola fight, says Rory Stewart

International development secretary Rory Stewart has urged countries such as France and Japan to “step up” and provide more funding to fight the Ebola outbreak in Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC).
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To be aware of the problem is half of the solution.

To maintain the effort is the other half.

Many people and resources are at work on a very complicated issue.

It is not about money, it is about the Ebola Outbreak.

The war, the stigma of the disease, the length of the problem continues to evolve.

WHO experts recommend ramping up Ebola vaccine after cases surge in Congo – The Globe and Mail

A large share of new cases are now occurring in people who were not known contacts of earlier patients, and the disease is spreading to areas where it is impossible to trace contacts and swiftly vaccinate them
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It is always worth another set of eyes on game changing problems.

The Ebola crisis is a global problem with a continuum of issues.

Why not monitor the progress and changes to become more aware of this important Ebola issue and how it impacts the life of so many people?

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South Sudan to begin Ebola vaccinations | CGTN Africa

South Sudan to begin Ebola vaccinations | CGTN Africa
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Ebola spreads to major Congo city | CBC News

The second-largest Ebola outbreak in history has spread to a major city in eastern Congo, as health experts worry whether the stock of an experimental vaccine will stand up to the demands of an epidemic with no end in sight.
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