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WHO welcomes US support

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WHO welcomes US support

The World Health Organization (WHO) has welcomed a commitment by the Government of the United States of America to significantly build upon previous Ebola response in West Africa.

 

School closure affects 16% children -UNICEF reports

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School closure affects 16% children -UNICEF reports

The Deputy Representative of the United Nations International Children Education Fund - UNICEF, Dr. Fazlul Haque, has announced that the current closure of schools throughout the country due to the Ebola outbreak has affected about 16 percent of school-going children.

 

Judges cautioned on Ebola

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Judges cautioned on Ebola

Judges and magistrates across Montserrado County have been cautioned to implement all necessary preventive measures against the deadly Ebola virus as the disease continues to spread rapidly in Liberia.

 

Dominican Republic, Caribbean donate drugs

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Dominican Republic, Caribbean donate drugs

The Dominican Republic and Caribbean with Friends of Liberia, led by Ambassador Raphael Martinez, has donated an assortment of drugs to Liberia, to assist in the fight against the deadly Ebola Virus.

 

American doctors arrive in Liberia

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American doctors arrive in Liberia

A high-level delegation from an international social justice and health organization, Partners in Health (PIH), is in the country to hold discussions with relevant partners on the Ebola outbreak here. The delegation, led by the co-founder of the organization, Paul Edward Farmer, is jointly in Liberia with a partner institution, Last Mile Health (LMH).

 
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