KFF Provides First Comprehensive Summary Of Donor Funding For DRC Ebola Response

Kaiser Family Foundation: Data Note: Donor Funding for the Current Ebola Response in the DRC
The ongoing Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) has required increasing amounts of external support from donors (for more information on the outbreak, see KFF’s explainer). Yet there has been limited information about donor funding to date and a lack of a centralized reporting mechanism for tracking funding. This data note provides the first comprehensive summary of donor funding for the DRC Ebola response (Moss/Michaud/Kates, 10/25).

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