E.U. Provides Funding To Support Ebola Preparedness, Prevention Measures In Rwanda, Uganda

European Commission: E.U. steps up Ebola response with preparedness measures in Rwanda and Uganda
“In response to the latest Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), the E.U. is assisting the Red Cross to reinforce preparedness in Uganda and Rwanda. … The E.U. will provide humanitarian funding amounting to €100,000 … to prevent the transmission of the virus from DRC, and to support the detection of Ebola cases. The funds will support preparedness and prevention measures by the Rwandan Red Cross and the Ugandan Red Cross in at-risk districts…” (9/27).

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