Thursday, 30 October 2014

World Bank Allocates $100m For Ebola Fight

The World Bank promised to invest $100m to
help West African countries hit by Ebola
outbreak increase the number of foreign health
workers.
Health workers fighting Ebola outrage in West

Africa
According to the estimates made by the United
Nations, around 5,000 international staff are
required in Liberia, Sierra Leone And Guinea,
with 1,000 foreign health workers among
them.
The World Bank officials expressed hope that
the allocated funds would “help be a catalyst
for a rapid surge of health workers to the
communities in dire need”.


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