HRW, UNICEF Q&A, Press Release Address DRC Ebola Response

Human Rights Watch: DR Congo: Respect Rights in Ebola Response
“The government of the Democratic Republic of Congo should ensure human rights protections in controlling the recent Ebola outbreak, Human Rights Watch said [Wednesday] in releasing a question-and-answer document about the response to the virus. … The Congolese government should limit the use of quarantines, make protection of health workers and women a priority, and ensure effective oversight and monitoring, Human Rights Watch said…” (6/6).

UNICEF: More than 300,000 people reached with awareness-raising campaign to contain deadly Ebola outbreak in DRC
“Since the start of the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), UNICEF and its partners have reached more than 300,000 people with lifesaving information about how to avoid contracting the deadly virus, as part of an ongoing awareness-raising campaign targeting more than 800,000 people across the affected areas…” (6/5).

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