A.U., AfDB, African Business Leaders Establish $28M Ebola Emergency Fund

Agence France-Presse: Africa sets up $28 million Ebola crisis fund
“The African Union, African Development Bank, and regional business leaders have set up a crisis fund to help areas hit by the Ebola outbreak, the A.U. said in a statement. The organization said a landmark pledging meeting held in the Ethiopian capital on Saturday saw African business leaders offer more than $28 million to help the response to the epidemic…” (11/9).

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