Ban To Discuss Ebola Efforts With U.N. Organization Heads

U.N. News Centre: Ban to take up fight against Ebola with heads of all U.N. organizations
“On the eve of a meeting of United Nations agency chiefs to discuss ways to jointly tackle the Ebola outbreak, the World Bank reported today Liberia’s labor sector has suffered a huge blow since the start of the crisis, as a ‘massive effort’ was underway in Mali to halt the spread of the re-emerged virus. … Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon will [Friday] discuss the common effort to counter the Ebola outbreak with the U.N. System Chief Executives Board for Coordination (CEB), made up of 29 executive heads of U.N. funds and programs, specialized agencies, including the Bretton Woods Institutions, and related organizations — the World Tourism Organization and the International Atomic Energy Agency…” (11/20).

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