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Hailing Our Leaders, World Bank and U.S Gov' But…

Since the August 1, 2014 emergency meeting of Leaders of the Mano River Union in Conakry, Guinea, progress against the deadly Ebola virus disease has been very tremendous. Apparently, the meeting from which evolved a practical and holistic action plan may have just been a stimulus for such progress in the battle against the disease that has claimed more than 700 lives in West Africa, especially in Guinea, Liberian and Sierra Leone.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 06 August 2014 00:43 )
 

We can defeat Ebola

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The Leaders of Ebola-stricken Mano River Union basin, meeting at an emergency summit in the Guinean capital, Conakry to discuss the outbreak, last Friday agreed to a holistic resolution aimed at eradicating the disease in the region.

 

Gov't Actions: A Commendable Drive against Ebola Battle

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Gov't Actions: A Commendable Drive against Ebola Battle

Ebola, the deadliest outbreak ever in history, continues to plague Liberia as President Ellen John-Sirleaf and her Government scramble to stop the virus from spreading further. The alarming rate of the disease which, Health Ministry officials say, has already killed 129 victims out of 249 cases to include doctors and nurses, has compared the Liberian Government to leave no stone unturned towards efforts to battle it out.

Last Updated ( Wednesday, 06 August 2014 00:44 )
 

Placing High Concentration on Medical Practitioners

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Placing High Concentration on Medical Practitioners

The number of Ebola-related deaths and victims throughout the counties of Liberia continues to swear day-by-day, as the Government of Liberia, through the Ministry of health and Social Welfare and partners continue to exert efforts against the deadly disease. Since the outbreak rapid spread of the Ebola virus for the second time the Ministry has reported more 105, with about 50 deaths up to present, while  more than 180 cases, about 70 of which have been confirmed throughout the country.

 

Declare a State of Emergency now

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Declare a State of Emergency now

Liberia is facing a serious national health crisis that seems yet to attract the appropriate attention and response from the government so much so that the deadly Ebola Virus Disease is rapidly engulfing the entire country with the death toll rising daily. Since the reemergence of the virus in the country about three months ago, the official death toll is rapidly approaching 200 with doctors and nurses topping the list of victims. Yet still, the level of proactive intervention by the government that should include safety measures and aggressive public education is found wanting, let alone a decisive approach that would bring the entire population to attention.

 
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