Liberian President Says Country Will Need Help Rebuilding After Ebola, To Meet With Obama To Discuss Epidemic Response

Associated Press: AP Interview: Liberia leader urges help in post-Ebola phase
“…In an interview with the Associated Press, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf said Liberia needs outside help to see through its ‘post-Ebola agenda’ of building up basic public services — development that she said was needed to prevent another deadly epidemic from becoming ‘a global menace’…” (Schreck, 2/22).

Reuters: Obama to host Liberian president, discuss Ebola response
“U.S. President Barack Obama will meet with Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf in Washington [this] week to discuss government efforts on the Ebola virus that ravaged West Africa, the White House said on Friday…” (Chiacu, 2/20).

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