Unions, Civil Society Groups Question How Liberian Government Spent Money Allocated For Ebola Outbreak

VOA News: Money Questions Swirl as Liberia’s Ebola Outbreak Nears End
“As Liberia prepares to be declared once again free of the Ebola virus later this week, unions and civil society groups are beginning to question how the government spent money allocated to fight the outbreak. … International donors pledged hundreds of millions of dollars to help the impoverished country fight the virus…” (Stein, 8/31).

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