Public Information Campaigns On Ebola Continue In West Africa; Some Specifically Target Vulnerable Women, Quartz Reports

Quartz: The last days of this Ebola outbreak are as much about access to information as access to health care
“…[I]nformation campaigns to educate the public [about Ebola] in Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone are far from over. Women are particularly vulnerable because they care for the family and are often marginalized in terms of education and access to resources. In addition, women who lost their husbands to Ebola often lose the family’s primary breadwinner…” (Mpoke-Bigg, 10/27).

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