Blog Posts Discuss Various Aspects Of Ebola Outbreak

The following blog posts address issues surrounding the Ebola outbreak.

Center for Global Development “Global Health Policy Blog”: “We Are Running Out of Time” — A Letter from the Front Lines of Ebola
Amanda Glassman, senior fellow and director of global health policy at CGD, presents a letter written by Gyude Moore, who works in the Office of the President of Liberia, “that spells out the terrible tragedy being lived in Liberia, and the need for a faster, more decisive response” (9/15).

Faith Media & Culture: Their problems are our problems
Rev. Larry Hollon writes in his blog, “…Obviously, the immediate crisis [of Ebola] must be contained. But we cannot stop there. We must address poverty in a systematic, comprehensive way. Too many people are still dying of malaria, HIV/AIDS and other diseases of poverty. This will require a more effective, coordinated approach than we’ve mustered so far. Small one-off projects and uncoordinated development efforts will not get at the problem of poverty…” (9/15).

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