U.S., Partners To Continue Support For Ebola-Affected West Africa

White House Blog: This is How We Got to Zero Ebola Cases in West Africa
Amy Pope, deputy assistant to the president for homeland security, discusses ways in which the U.S. and its partners helped end Ebola transmission in West Africa and will continue to support affected countries, including remaining vigilant against Ebola and other infectious diseases, working with governments and partners to achieve the Global Health Security Agenda, assisting with the economic recovery of West Africa, and supporting the restoration of basic health services in West Africa (12/30).

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