USAID Announces Additional $15M In Humanitarian Assistance To Address Ebola In DRC

USAID: USAID Announces Additional $15 Million In New Humanitarian Assistance To Fight Ebola In The Democratic Republic Of Congo
“…[T]he United States, through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID), announced more than $15 million in additional humanitarian assistance to help end the outbreak of Ebola in Équateur Province in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC). … With this new funding, USAID is providing lifesaving assistance for the people affected by the DRC’s 11th outbreak of Ebola, including disease surveillance, the transportation of patients, training on the prevention and control of infections in health facilities, the promotion of safe and dignified burials, and community-engagement programs to ensure everyone has access to accurate information about how to prevent and treat the disease…” (9/7).

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