CRS Report Examines Ebola Outbreaks In DRC, U.S. Role In Response Efforts

Congressional Research Service: Ebola Outbreaks in the Democratic Republic of Congo: Emergencies or Enduring Threat?
In this CRS report, Tiaji Salaam-Blyther, specialist in global health, and Alexis Arieff, specialist in African affairs, both at CRS, cover various issues related to the Ebola outbreaks in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), providing an overview of the successes and challenges of Ebola control; discussing the U.S. role and funding in response to the epidemic; and examining implications for U.S.-DRC policy and aid, lessons learned for pandemic response in conflict settings, and global health security (9/10).

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