Liberia’s Minister Of Gender, Development Discusses Impact Of Ebola On Women

Ebola Deeply: Ebola and Women: Julia Duncan-Cassell, Liberia’s Minister of Gender
“In Liberia, women — the primary caregivers at home and in health centers — have been hit particularly hard by the Ebola outbreak. Liberia’s Minister of Gender and Development, Julia Duncan-Cassell, spoke to Ebola Deeply about how women are suffering the consequences, while serving at the forefront of efforts to contain the disease…” (10/30).

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