WFP Charters Ship To Bring Food Supply To Ebola-Hit Liberia, Sierra Leone

Bloomberg News: U.N. Charters Food Ship for Africa as Ebola Disrupts Supply
“The United Nations’ food-aid agency chartered a ship to transport supplies to West African countries hit by Ebola as trade disruptions linked to the outbreak stoke food prices in Liberia and Sierra Leone. The two-month vessel charter has helped the World Food Programme, which is providing meals for Ebola victims and quarantined communities, skirt issues getting food to stricken countries for now, spokesman Alexis Masciarelli said…” (Ruitenberg, 11/3).

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