U.S. Officials Discuss Global Health Security In Relation To Ebola

In blog posts, U.S. officials discuss U.S. and international efforts to contain the Ebola epidemic.

U.S. Department of State’s “DipNote”: A Grand Challenge To Help Health Care Workers Fight Ebola
USAID Administrator Rajiv Shah discusses President Obama’s announcement of a “new Grand Challenge for Development to generate pioneering solutions that help health care workers provide better care in the midst of the epidemic…” (9/26).

CDC’s “Our Global Voices”: Ebola Requires the World’s United Action
CDC Director Tom Frieden discusses the importance of the White House’s Global Health Security Agenda on controlling the Ebola epidemic and protecting the world from other infectious disease outbreaks (9/26).

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