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West Africa or Western Africa is the westernmost region of the African continent.

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CAROLYN S. COX, CHAIRMAN CHAIRMAN’S MESSAGE THREATS TO OUR COUNTRY: EBOLA AND ISIS Shelley Kais, business consultant and candidate for CD2 in the recent primary, suggested to me Wednesday that a better solution for containing the Ebola outbreak would be to bring 200 or so of the best African doctors and nurses to Emory Medical Center in Atlanta and teach them the process for treating the disease. How does it make any sense to send 3,000 American soldiers to West Africa? They can’t shoot the virus – what are they supposed to do to contain the spread? The disease has apparently been around for a long time and there has been research on a drug to treat it. Notice now that the outbreak has become serious, the FDA has dropped its years of testing requirement and in 4 weeks released it for use. Rather than sending soldiers to be exposed to Ebola, use that money to supply the drug to African doctors and nurses, plus money to build facilities in West Africa to treat existing patients. ISIS (Islamic St ...
The United Nations Security Council on Thursday declared the Ebola outbreak in West Africa a &l...
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EBOLA + The UN unanimously adopted the resolution against Ebola outbreak + The UN Security Council adopted a resolution, adopted unanimously after UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon warned that the number of Ebola infections was doubling every three weeks, in particular in Liberia. In its resolution, the council declared that the "unprecedented extent of the Ebola outbreak in Africa constitutes a threat to international peace and security" and warned that "peacebuilding gains... could be reversed" in West Africa. It called on countries to "provide urgent assistance, including deployable medical capabilities such as field hospitals" with staff and supplies, laboratories, clinics and to provide "support capabilities for airlift." It was only the third resolution adopted by the top world body on a public health emergency in the history of the United Nations. The council voted on measures to address the AIDS pandemic in 2000 and 2011.
President Barack Obama’s announcement of personnel and other aid to combat the deadly Ebola Virus outbreak in West Africa drew praise from relief workers involved in the region.
U.N. Security Council Meeting on Ebola Outbreak in West Africa: The United Nations Security Council holds an e...
Why we pulled out of CAN — Catholic bishops Monday Ateboh - 2 years agoNEWS, TOP NEWS The Christian Association of Nigerian, CAN, an umbrella body for the country’s teeming Christians, descended into full-blown crisis Wednesday with the Catholic Bishops Conference of Nigeria making public its decision to pull out of the fold over the way the Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor-led executive is running the association. The Catholic bishop’s action is perhaps the first time in the association’s 37-year history that any of its five blocs would pull out over alleged poor leadership and politicization of the association. CAN was formed in 1976 by five Christian blocs in the country: the Christian Council of Nigeria; the Catholic Secretariat of Nigeria, the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria; Organisation of African Instituted Churches, and the Evangelical Fellowship of West Africa. But in a letter to Mr. Oritsejafor in September but made public Wednesday, the Catholics, one of the association’s most influential .. ...
THE OGBA-UKWU DOME AND CAVE The dome is a naturally carved rock formation in the form of an arena, covering a large dry and sandy area which forms a natural beach around the Ogba waterfall. Next to this dome is the Ogba Ukwu cave considered the largest cave in West Africa, which will take upwards to two hours to explore. It forms a deep and complex rock formation with roomy compartments large enough to take in an entire village. The cave consists of tunnels, heading off in different directions; however, there are two noticeable entrances to the cave. One tunnel in particular is regarded as an escape route which is about two kilometers long, from which one will eventually emerge in Oji River Local Government Area of Enugu State. At the centre of Ogba Ukwu, is one large area said to have been the living room of the ‘god’ of Owerre-Ezukala. His throne and other compartments within his household. His sentries were always mounted at the two entrances to the cave watching out for visitors and intruders. The ...
By: Dr. Cyril Broderick, Professor of Plant Pathology Dear World Citizens: I have read a number of articles from your Internet outreach as well as articles from other sources about the casualties in Liberia and other West African countries about the human devastation caused by the Ebola Virus. About a week ago, I read an article published in the Internet news summary publication of the Friends of Liberia that said that there was an agreement that the initiation of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa was due to the contact of a two-year old child with bats that had flown in from the Congo. That report made me disconcerted with the reporting about Ebola, and it stimulated a response to the “Friends of Liberia,” saying that African people are not ignorant and gullible, as is being implicated. A response from Dr. Verlon Stone said that the article was not theirs, and that “Friends of Liberia” was simply providing a service. He then asked if he could publish my letter in their Internet forum. I gave my p ...
EBOLA UPDATE FROM: The Minister of Health, the Hon. Perry Gomez: Early today it was brought to the attention of senior officials of the Ministry of Health that a bogus claim was posted on the internet indicating that a confirmed case of Ebola was reported in The Bahamas. I would like to make it completely clear that this posting is completely untrue. However, hospital officials did indicate that late Sunday night the US Embassy in The Bahamas responded to a call to rescue a very ill person on a freighter passing through Bahamian waters. The patient was a 34 year old white male from the Ukraine working on the freighter which was enroute to New Orleans from the Congo, West Africa. The patient was later transported to Nassau and taken to Doctors Hospital’s Emergency Room. He was placed in a single room in isolation. All the necessary precautions were taken by all staff that attended the patient. Full infection control precautions were put in place and followed by all who attended the patient. The diagnosis ...
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The black market for Ebola survivors’ blood Ebola has infected nearly 4,800 people. It has killed more than 2,400. And a black market for the blood of its survivors is emerging in the epicenter of the outbreak in West Africa, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). Convalescent serum — serum collected from someone who has survived an infectious disease — has been used to treat Ebola victims. Blood from Ebola survivors is rich with antibodies against the deadly virus, and since there is currently no approved drug to fight it, some have become desperate enough to take fate into their own hands and turn to the black market for the experimental serum. But WHO is concerned about the illicit trade, since giving a patient someone else’s blood can cause anaphylactic shock and death or infect with other diseases such as HIV if the blood is tainted. The black market also has some worried about the fate of supplies shipped in from the outside. No medication has been approved or is readily available ...
All the work done by the west, in the early 2000s, to end the civil wars in West Africa, will be uprooted by Ebola. Fear brings division.
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President Mahama has called on the international community to expedite its response to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa
FACT SHEET: U.S. Response to the Ebola Epidemic in West Africa As the President has stated, the Ebola epidemic in West Africa and the humanitarian crisis there is a top national security priority for the United States. In order to contain and combat it, we are partnering with the United Nations and other international partners to help the Governments of Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone, Nigeria, and Senegal respond just as we fortify our defenses at home. Every outbreak of Ebola over the past 40 years has been contained, and we are confident that this one can—and will be—as well. Our strategy is predicated on four key goals: Controlling the epidemic at its source in West Africa; Mitigating second-order impacts, including blunting the economic, social, and political tolls in the region; Engaging and coordinating with a broader global audience; and, Fortifying global health security infrastructure in the region and beyond. The United States has applied a whole-of-government response to the epidemic, which ...
West Africa has long been an established trafficking hub, especially for cocaine crossing the Atlantic from South America. - OZY
OBAMA SAID US WILL INVOLVE IN FIGHTING THE EBOLA OUTBREAK - President Barack Obama has called the West Africa Ebola outbreak "a threat to global security" as he announced a larger US role in fighting the virus. Barack Obama, US President "Today, thousands of people in West Africa are infected. That number could rapidly grow to tens of thousands. And if the outbreak is not stopped now, we could be looking at hundreds of thousands of people infected, with profound political, economic and security implications for all of us." "The world knows how to fight this disease. It's not a mystery, we know the science, we know how to prevent it from spreading, we know how to care for those who contract it. We know that if we take the proper steps, we can save lives. But we have to act fast." "At the request of the Liberian government, we're going to establish a military command centre in Liberia to support civilian efforts across the region, similar to our response after the Haiti Earthquake."
Transcript: Sen. Mitch McConnell’s floor statement on the Ebola epidemic in West Africa
South African Airways is continuing to operate flights to West Africa, and at this point there are no route changes or cancellations expected due to the current Ebola outbreak. The decision to continue to operate into West Africa is consistent with the position adopted by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the International Air Transport Association (IATA). However, the South African Department of Health (DOH) has issued a travel advisory banning all non-citizens travelling from high-risk countries, ie, Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, to South Africa, except if absolutely essential. All non-citizens travelling from medium-risk countries, ie, Nigeria, Kenya, Ethiopia; and low-risk countries, ie, all other countries except those mentioned above, will be subjected to extensive medical scrutiny, which will include health questionnaires, thermal scanning and examinations if necessary. South African citizens who wish to travel to these high-risk countries, as stated above, are not prevented to do so, but ...
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President Obama calls the Ebola epidemic in West Africa a “national security crisis” and is sending 3,000 military troops to Liberia, where the epidemic is spiraling fastest out of control. According to a senior White House official, “the U.S. military will bring unique capabilities,” establishing a military control center for coordination, building 17 treatment centers, and training healthcare workers. I’m glad the United States is responding to the epidemic, but the World Health Organization says it desperately needs foreign medical teams, which we aren’t providing. Why is America so quick to see such calamities as threats to our national security, and to send in our troops? And what’s our exit strategy if our troops get infected?
YTB The United States will take to help combat Ebola in West Africa (Sep 17)
CHOgram Prayer for the Ebola Crisis Probably everyone with access to news of some sort is aware of the continuing Ebola crisis in West Africa, Liberia and Sierra Leone. According to Missionary Albert Stewart the crisis in Liberia is getting worse and the government cannot get a handle on this. Several church members have died from Ebola and this week we lost two of the CSI medical clinic workers as well. Please continue to pray for the situation in Liberia and Sierra Leone. Pray against the spread of Ebola. Pray that the population would take necessary precautions to avoid spreading the virus. Pray God's protection on His people in these nations. Scotty Slaydon Global Missions Secretary
What's on my mind? Thinking, and praying for the people in West Africa. Plain folks like me, doctors and other healthcare workers trying to get ahead of this Ebola outbreak that has claimed more lives than all previous from 1976-2013 combined. HIV/AIDS started in a remote part of the sub-Saharan region of Africa and remember how quickly it spread? How many millions of people, plain folk like me, that were affected? The following from Wikipedia, still is a quote. Speaking at a United Nations (UN) briefing on 2 September, Joanne Liu, international president of Médecins Sans Frontières, criticized the lack of assistance from UN member countries. "Six months into the worst Ebola epidemic in history, the world is losing the battle to contain it. In West Africa, cases and deaths continue to surge. Riots are breaking out. Isolation centers are overwhelmed. Health workers on the front lines are becoming infected and are dying in shocking numbers. Others have fled in fear, leaving people without care for even th ...
3000 US troops to aid Ebola fight in West Africa: MONROVIA/WASHINGTON - The United States has ...
Citing security threat, Obama expands U.S. role fighting Ebola President Barack Obama on Tuesday called West Africa's deadly Ebola outbreak a looming threat to global security and announced a major expansion of the U.S. role in trying to halt its spread, including deployment of 3,000 troops to the region. "The reality is that this epidemic is going to get worse before it gets better," Obama said at the Atlanta headquarters of the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). "But, right now, the world still has an opportunity to save countless lives. Right now, the world has the responsibility to act, to step up and to do more. The United States of America intends to do more," he added. The U.S. plan, a dramatic expansion of Washington's initial response last week, won praise from the U.N. World Health Organization, aid workers and officials in West Africa. Experts said it was still not enough to contain the epidemic, which is rapidly spreading and has caused already-weak local public health syst ...
$ Some Detail About Ebola Virus $ Health Ministry asked Airports to set up Ebola check posts to screen passengers from W Africa Union Health Minister Dr. Harsh Vardhan on 6 August 2014 asked all Indian airports to setup Ebola check posts to screen and track passengers travelling from West Africa. He also advised all Indians to avoid travelling to Ebola-affected places till the situation gets better. Around 45000 Indians live in the Ebola-affected places, viz., Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Nigeria. There is a possibility that these Indians travel back to India to safeguard themselves from Ebola Virus. Facts about Ebola VirusEbola Virus disease (EVD) is a severe human disease. • Ebola Virus was formerly known by the name Ebola haemorrhagic fever. • EVD outbreak is generally witnessed in villages of Central and West Africa, near tropical rainforests. • The virus spreads through contact with an infected animal mainly Fruit bats of the Pteropodidae family. • Person suffering from Ebola Virus ...
$1bn needed to fight Ebola says UN as US pledges support to West Africa: . MONROVIA/WASHINGTON - The United St...
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The World Health Organization warns that the number of cases in West Africa could double every three weeks.
The United States Senate held its first meeting on the Ebola epidemic that is currently devouring West Africa...
The day began with an early morning live teleconference from Geneva, Switzerland (World Health Organization) about the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. The presenter was a Russian scientist. Following that was a meeting about business continuity during disasters... And so forth until the day ended on a more domestic note at 8 pm with knitting class and learning to do purl stitches. I'm more confident in my ability to combat hemorrhagic fever and make a sweater!
What we’re afraid to say about Ebola SEPTEMBER 17, 2014 BY MICHAEL T. OSTERHOLM Leave a Comment Ebola Virus | credits: streamafrica.com The Ebola epidemic in West Africa has the potential to alter history as much as any plague has ever done. There have been more than 4,300 cases and 2,300 deaths over the past six months. Last week, the World Health Organisation warned that, by early October, there may be thousands of new cases per week in Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea and Nigeria. What is not getting said publicly, despite briefings and discussions in the inner circles of the world’s public health agencies, is that we are in totally uncharted waters and that Mother Nature is the only force in charge of the crisis at this time. There are two possible future chapters to this story that should keep us up at night. The first possibility is that the Ebola Virus spreads from West Africa to megacities in other regions of the developing world. This outbreak is very different from the 19 that have occurred in ...
prevention. How we're helping communities in West Africa avoid exposure to the virus:
The Ebola outbreak in West Africa, which has swept through Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia and Nigeria, has killed nearly 2,500 people since it was first identified in the region in December 2013. But when the Ebola Virus hit the coastal city of Monrovia, Liberia, it sent crisis responders into a new…
Obama to Step Up Aid to Fight Ebola in West Africa: World Health Organization warns threat grows by the day
President Barack Obama is deploying nearly 3,000 military personnel to West Africa to combat the spread of the Ebola Virus. The potentially deadly disease ha...
EBOLA CAUSES NATIONAL CURFEW IN Sierra Leone - In an effort to curb the spread of Ebola, the government of Sierra Leone has announced a 72-hour mandatory, nationwide curfew beginning September 19. During this time volunteers will go door to door in search of people who are suffering or have died from the virus. Several areas have been set aside to isolate and treat the expected influx of new Ebola patients. Pray that the spread of the disease across West Africa will be stopped and that believers will be effective in modeling Christ’s love during this time of crisis.
As Ebola outbreak worsens, U.S. military announces plan to send 3,000 to West Africa to coordinate aid.
Obama has officially declared war on the Ebola Virus and will send 3000 troops to the combat the disease in West Africa. Yes, ISIS gets 475 troops sent and a virus gets 3000. That's 3000 more chances of bringing back this disease to US soil.
Hey, you'll enjoy this bit of REAL NEWS! You know the "anti-war" President just announced 3000 troops to West Africa to "combat" Ebola Virus You know the old "humanitarian aid" sales pitch? Well, guess what was discovered there recently! Tons of black gold! That's right, OIL! WE ARE THERE TO EXPLOIT THEIR RESOURCES AND TEST OUR NEW STRAIN OF EBOLA! HA, WAKE UP FOLKS!
Up to 3,000 members of the United States military will go to West Africa to help combat Ebola: P…
I just read a bulletin about Obama sending 3,000 of our troops over to West Africa, to tackle the Ebola Virus. WHY?? Tell me what are the troops going to do to stop a deadly virus, when we can't stop these guys from cutting of heads. Tell me this one isn't true..
Hey all, We're going to do a mock run through of a committee to give everyone an idea of how a committee works. I've compiled a list of countries. Choose one and research what they've done about Ebola, if anything. The topic is containing the Ebola Virus Outbreak spread in West Africa. The countries with an asterisk are directly affected. United States Liberia* China Italy Nigeria* Albania Guinea* Nicaragua Algeria Norway Canada -(Josh) Uzbekistan Romania Peru Chile Turkey Bahrain
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WHO says it will take $1 billion to fight and kill Ebola in West Africa. Where are the donations from African billionaires?
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President Obama will send 3000 US military to West Africa to fight Ebola:
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President Obama was to announce Tuesday that up to 3,000 U.S. troops will head to West Africa to lead the fight against Ebola.
US sending 3,000 people to West Africa to fight Ebola outbreak:
Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation pledge $50 million to fight Ebola in West Africa.
The Bill and Melinda Gates make their biggest donation yet to help fight Ebola in West Africa!
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US President Barack Obama to unveil major Ebola offensive for West Africa, UN to hold emergency meeting
Obama to send 3000 troops to help fight Ebola Virus in west Africa. Just tell me how troops will be relevant, instead of sending vaccines and food. God dey o
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THE case about the assassination of lawyer and prominent Swapo member Anton Lubowski 25 years ago, has reached a dead end in Namibia, says Prosecutor General Martha Imalwa. No prosecution of the people suspected of having been involved in the murder of Lubowski will be taking place in Namibia with the evidence currently available to the country's prosecuting authority, Imalwa told The Namibian in an interview yesterday. “There is actually no evidence which the State, the Namibian prosecution, currently could use to prosecute those who were allegedly involved,” she said. “At the moment there is no evidence on which we could prosecute successfully.” It would take credible new evidence coming to light for her to reopen the case about the murder of Lubowski, but until that has happened, “I consider that chapter closed”, Imalwa said. “For me to reopen the file I should have new evidence, which is not there.” Imalwa added that she had no doubts that Lubowski was killed by agents of a secret unit ...
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The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is pledging $50 million to support the scale up of emergency efforts to contain the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
The Goodluck Jonathan administration no doubt has had its good and bad times just like any other administration charged with the leadership of a large and diverse entity such as Nigeria. In the 4 years that he has been the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, there have been flaws which are all well documented in the local and international media. Over the course of those four years there have also been successes and giant leaps which often receive little or no media coverage and public attention. This may not be unconnected with the notion that "bad news is good for business" in journalism. The simple fact that bad news catches the attention of the public more than a good news may be the reason for the Nigerian press' myopic and indifferent reportage of the great feats of the current administration. President Goodluck Ebele Azikiwe Jonathan has often challenged Nigerians to compare his administration's achievements with those of his predecessors before they judge him, but getting a comprehensive ...
Given tragic magnitude of this epidemic, international community must do more 2400 dead http:/…
US President is to announce plans on Tuesday to send up to 3,000 troop to West to fight
Tolerance up to what extent? The West have destroyed our ancient civilizations in Africa, Asia and the Middle-East.
Obama to boost US response to Ebola crisis in West Africa - Irish Times
And the next step will be air bombing of West Africa?
So Obama is gonna send soldiers in West Africa to fight With all due respect,,i"m not sure that"s gonna help contain the disease..
lets not pretend the salary paid to our politicians in africa is too much a reason young still suffer unlike the West reason?
3000 American soldiers are being sent to West Africa to fight the Ebola Virus. what, are they gonna shoot the virus down?
The West needs to stay out of Africa!
WHO welcomes Chinese contribution of mobile laboratory and health experts for Ebola response in West Africa
So has already killed 2500 People in west Africa.BAD
Obama administration assigns 3,000 US troops to fight ebola outbreak in West Africa" I didn't know that there was an ebola army
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US to expand Ebola response in West Africa.
So, Obama is sending 3,000 boots on the ground to fight Eubola in West Africa. Scares me.
the West owes us nothing. It's about time Africa revamped its energy to boost health facilities. We have what it takes.
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Statement: Christian Council speaks on national issues We, the Heads of Churches/ Organizations and Executive Committee members of the Christian Council of Ghana, having met on September 9, 2014 at the Secretariat of the Council, Accra; Having discussed issues pertaining to the socio-economic development of our dear nation; Acknowledging our prophetic role as development partners, which imposes a responsibility on us to continue to support nation building efforts and hold government accountable for the well-being of every citizen of this country; while promoting national dialogue around the search for policies and strategies towards the economic growth, prosperity and peace of our people; To this end, we declare; That, the current economic situation in the country is worsening the livelihoods of our people and has become unbearable; That, government’s assurances and efforts at improving the economy and the livelihoods of Ghanaians must be backed with real evidence in the lives of our people; That, every ...
Sierra Leone Government Says: WHO Too Slow to Help Doc With Ebola By CLARENCE ROY-MACAULAY Associated Press Sep 15, 2014, 6:04 PM The Associated Press FREETOWN, Sierra LeoneSierra Leone accused the World Health Organization on Monday of being "sluggish" in facilitating an evacuation of a doctor who died from Ebola before she could be sent out of the country for medical care. Dr. Olivet Buck died Saturday, hours after the U.N. health agency said it could not help evacuate her to Germany. Buck is the fourth Sierra Leonean doctor to die in an outbreak that has also touched Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria and Senegal. The West African outbreak has been blamed for more than 2,400 deaths, and experts say it is out of control. The U.S. has called an emergency meeting of the U.N. Security Council for this week to discuss the crisis. At a heated news conference Monday, a Sierra Leonean government official read a statement saying that the Buck is the second doctor from that country to die because negotiations on evac ...
President Obama seeks to 'turn the tide' in the Ebola epidemic by ordering 3,000 military to West Africa
Contingent being sent to west Africa will train health workers, build treatment centres and deliver resources to tackle epidemic
Good Evening, Today Is September 15th, 2014 Time: 23:57 Hrs. PDT Ebola Update (Comment) The Tides Are Changing, And The World Is Beginning To Step Up To The Plate. HEADLINE: "Canada To Send Personal Protective Equipment To Help West African Ebola Outbreak" Transcript: Canada is donating $2.5-million worth of the specialized medical gear used to protect health-care workers who are treating Ebola patients in West Africa, the federal government announced late Monday. Health Minister Rona Ambrose said the equipment — known as personal protective equipment or PPE — will be given to the World Health Organization to help with the Ebola response. “We will continue to explore ways for Canada to make a meaningful contribution to the global response,” Ambrose said in a news release. The announcement of additional Canadian assistance comes on the eve of a major address on the Ebola outbreak by U.S. President Barack Obama. The Associated Press reported Tuesday that the Obama administration is preparing to assi ...
Obama to send 3,000 military staff to battle Ebola in W. Africa
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Obama to announce $500-million surge of U.S. resources to fight Ebola in West Africa
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Sending troops to West Africa to fight Ebola? Time for America to proof that they are super power.
U.S. military to deploy about 3,000 personnel to West Africa to battle Ebola
The White House has decided to up its anti-Ebola effort in West Africa, allocating 3,000 U.S. forces to Liberia "to help bring the epidemic under control."A Sept. 12 update by the World Health Organiz
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The first Holocaust: Horrifying secrets of Germany's earliest genocide inside Africa's 'Forbidden Zone' By SEAN THOMAS Last updated at 11:13 AM on 07th February 2009 This must be the most God-forsaken place on Earth. I'm standing on a dusty desert road in a desolate country on the south-west coast of Africa. In front of me is an unspoken border. Summoning the courage, I prepare to step across. For the past 100 years, this simple act would have got me arrested, beaten or shot. Because the region I am about to enter is the Sperrgebiet, or the 'Forbidden Zone' - a place whose savage emptiness conceals the terrible secrets of a Nazi past, adorned with the tainted beauty of blood diamonds. I pause. A Lanner falcon wheels above me in the silence of the African wilderness. Then I walk into the unknown. This is a 20,000sq km region of south-west Namibia. It has been closed to travellers since the 1900s to protect the diamond industry from smugglers. For that reason, the region is known as Diamond Zone 1, along wi ...
A wet start to the morning in West Africa.
Ghana has registered one of its best outings at the Project Fame West Africa competition yet – with 2 out of the 3 Ghanaian contestants in this season’s competition making it to the finals. After eight intensive weeks of competition, the finalists, among whom the latest superstar will emerge, have b…
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US offers to send troops to Ebola-hit West Africa. US also called an emergency meeting of UNSC, saying the situation is 'getting worse every day'.
Whiles Cuba sends several doctors to West Africa to fight ebola, U.S is sending 3000 troops to battle Ebola? I 'hope' those troops are doctors 'in arms'.
The UN security council will hold emergency talks on the outbreak in West Africa
Malaysia feels pity for Nigeria and other West African countries over poor medical equipment to combat ebola; hence has offered to donate rubber gloves among others to them. Please, can someone remind me who and where was Malaysia when Nigeria was the giANT of Africa with a formidable global voice? Truth be said, we have leadership quagmire. Worst still, we have docile, moronic and bigoted followers. It is not that we can't grow exponentially rapidly within the shortest possible time; we can. We are capable but we can't because rather than dissipate our energy on what will secure our future as young ones, we are busy working surd, using quadratic equation, organising set numbers, doing permutation and combination on tribal division and religious stupidity. Until we get our *** up with our brains as perfect computers, we will all enjoy our backwardness in continuous complaints.
The US is sending 3000 military personnel to west Africa to help contain ebola. Predictions on how *** will interpret this:
President Barack Obama will announce a major surge in U.S. aid to fight the Ebola epidemic in West Africa later Tuesday, with as many as 3,000 military perso...
The regime is sending 3000 troops into West Africa to help fight Ebola Virus. Portions of the force will be Marines. Not pleased. LCpl Jared Gold currently on naval vessel. I think he's a long way from West Africa. Marines involved probably based at Camp Lejune. 350 to Iraq. 3000 to Africa. I hope these soldiers are well protected.
The transatlantic trade in Africans was founded on Christianity. Religion was key in motivating Prince Henry of Portugal, later called Henry, "the Navigator" (1394-1460), to put in motion Europe's aggressive and ruthless expeditions to Africa. Henry was not only the governor of Algrave Province, who managed a large economic infrastructure based on the unbridled grasp of enormous wealth from trans-Saharan commerce, but he was also the administrator of the Order of Christ, the Portuguese successor to the Knights Templar, a famous Western military order founded in the aftermath of the First Crusade at Clermont on November 27, 1095. (1) As one of the best fighting units, the Soldiers of Christ prompted a series of striking maritime exploits, ensuring the safety of Europeans who made pilgrimages to Jerusalem. It is important to note that during this historical period, the feudal states of European countries were just beginning to unite and major religious wars were being fought between Christians and Muslims, ...
So I went into Whole Foods aka "Whole Paycheck" today and nearly passed out after looking at the exotic foodstuff like an organic lemon the size of my fist (they don't grown that big in the wild trust me), pomegranate molasses, organic Indian curry (I've had the authentic thing and it costs less and tastes the same and its probably fresher), natural chocolate from the wilds of the amazon produced by some indigenous tribe, soap milled from West Africa and shrimp the size of lobsters. Whole Paycheck never fails to bring out the reverse culture shock no matter where I'm coming from.life is hard back in America. **Foreign Service Problems**
With all the horror stories coming out of West Africa, here's a happy ending for one! The Boy Who Tricked Ebola:
Could Obama be making his Trojan horse to enter West Africa in the hope of hanging around and looking for ISIS? out there but ?
FYI guys, the safety office at my job just issued an alert to avoid travel to West Africa because of some Ebola break out or something
Pre trial detention accounts for over 50% of prisoners in Central and West Africa, and over 65% in South Asia
And off course I can't forget all flames family member and everyone at large. Love u pieces. Thank you West Africa.
This is an article about the migration in West Africa due to manmade and natural changes
WASHINGTON — The president of Liberia, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, has implored President Obama for help in managing her country’s rapidly expanding Ebola crisis and has warned that without American assistance the disease could send Liberia into the civil chaos that enveloped the country for two decades. In a letter on Tuesday to Mr. Obama, Ms. Johnson Sirleaf wrote that “I am being honest with you when I say that at this rate, we will never break the transmission chain and the virus will overwhelm us.” She urgently requested 1,500 additional beds in new hospitals across the country and urged that the United States military set up and run a 100-bed Ebola hospital in the besieged capital, Monrovia. The epidemic has taken an estimated 2,218 lives out of 4,366 cases in West Africa. So far more than 1,000 people have died of the virus in Liberia. Ms. Johnson Sirleaf’s request was made several days after Mr. Obama, in an interview on NBC’s Meet the Press, called the disease a national security priority ...
Book Haram a bigger threat to all of West Africa than is ebola! And no cure either.
Analysis - Ebola highlights slow progress in war on tropical diseases LONDON (Reuters) - Some of the world's most gruesome diseases are finally getting a bit of attention. The worst-ever Ebola outbreak, which has already killed at least 2,296 people in West Africa, has triggered a scramble to develop the first drug or vaccine for a deadly disease that was discovered nearly 40 years ago in the forests of central Africa. But Ebola is not the only tropical disease without a cure, and many other infections for which effective treatments are lacking or not widely available afflict far larger populations. The absence of economic incentives for drugmakers to develop and supply medicines for neglected tropical diseases (NTDs) has long been highlighted by health campaigners, but it rarely gets on to the political radar in the West. Out of 336 brand-new drugs approved for all diseases between 2000 and 2011, only four, or 1 percent, were for such conditions - three for malaria and one for diarrhoeal disease, accordi ...
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Bill Gates to Donate $50 Million to West Africa to fight Ebola
Ebola Cases in Congo Have Doubled Over the Past Week to Liberia’s Existence, Says Minister The incidence of Ebola in the Democratic Republic of Congo has spread, with the number of cases doubling over the past week, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported Thursday. The Congo virus is of a separate strain from the one currently rampaging through West Africa, where the disease has claimed over 2,200 lives in the past nine months. There were 31 new cases reported in Congo between Sept. 2 and Sept. 9, bringing the total number to 62. All of the infections are confined to four villages in one county and are linked to one initial case reported to WHO on Aug. 26 — by grim coincidence the anniversary of the discovery of Ebola in Congo, which was then known as Zaire, 38 years ago. Patients are currently being treated in temporary isolation units and a mobile laboratory has been installed. A total 35 people, including seven health workers, have died so far. Meanwhile, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) ...
As part of the global effort to stop Ebola in West Africa from becoming an even more horrific, entrenched and ongoing infectious threat - an 'endemic' disease like malaria or TB as opposed to a sporadic outbreak - the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has donated $50 million.
Ebola genomes confirm people, not animals, are spreading the disease in West Africa:
TEXT OF PAPER DELIVERED AT PORTCULLIS HOUSE, HOUSE OF COMMONS, LONDON, BY ALL PROGRESSIVES CONGRESS (APC) NATIONAL PUBLICITY SECRETARY. " Politicisation of Boko Haram Insurgency: Bane of Nigeria's anti-terror fight" . - 11 September 2014 - By Lai Mohammed I am here to share my personal thoughts and those of my party, the APC, on the Boko Haram insurgency in Nigeria. It is certainly apt to say this platform and audience provide auspicious opportunities to correct misinformation, half-truths and endemic political manipulation of the Boko Haram insurgency by our political opponents. Since the formation of our party the All Progressives Congress (APC ) our political opponents have strenuously tried (but failed) to misinform Nigerians and the international community that the APC is linked to Boko Haram, claiming ‘our actions, utterances and body language’ supports or sympathises with Boko Haram Of course, this deliberate political misinformation and manipulation continue to flounder and fail spectacularly, ...
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Australian airports not using thermal imaging scanners despite Ebola scare AUGUST 07, 2014 12:00AM This video is not playable on this player British Airways suspends flights over EbolaThis video is no longer available Robyn Ironside News Corp Australia Network MACHINES that can detect raised temperatures in passengers arriving in Australia are not being used by international airports despite the global Ebola scare. Thermal imaging scanners were purchased for eight international airports in Australia in 2009 during the swine flu pandemic. At the time, their effectiveness was questioned and the Federal Government criticised for a “kneejerk reaction” to the virus. But the Ebola outbreak has raised concerns that Australian airports are not doing enough to screen arrivals, particularly those from West Africa. One of the first symptoms of the virus, which kills about 90 per cent of those infected, is fever. Concerns about lax airport screening were highlighted by Australian businessman Christopher Cooper t ...
In a video released this morning, President Obama addresses the people of West Africa about the Ebola outbreak that is currently affecting the countries of Liberia, Sierra Leone, Guinea, and Nigeria.
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The third American aid worker to catch Ebola in West Africa has received a blood transfusion from infection survivor.
A message from Greenpeace that we should ALL be paying attention to: While I’m writing this urgent email to ask for your help, destructive foreign super trawlers are likely preparing for their next assault on Australia’s fragile oceans. These super trawlers don’t discriminate and will *** up everything in their path - wiping out fish stocks, destroying local fishing jobs and putting our precious marine life like turtles, dolphins and seals in grave danger. Two years ago, Greenpeace campaigned to chase off a European super trawler called the Margiris. Together with our supporters, we sent that greedy fish guzzler on its way, achieving a temporary government ban on super trawlers fishing in Australian waters. That two year ban is set to expire on 19 November ― in just over two months’ time. Greenpeace is once again preparing to take action, this time to ensure that our present government bans destructive super trawlers for good. We urgently need your help. Erin, can you help us stop these super .. ...
I think the international community, must really focus their attention, on Ebola Virus affected areas in west Africa; Sierra Leone, LIBERIA, GUINEA, etc. We desprately need your help, our family and friends are in a terrible dilemma.
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See 2face first public appearance 2 weeks after his father's death ' Nigeria’s music superstar, 2face Idibia, made his first public appearance on Saturday, September 6, exactly two weeks since the untimely death of his father, Michael Idibia, in Abuja. The singer, whose father died as a result of cancer on Saturday, August 23, 2014, was the guest judge at the MTN Project Fame West Africa nomination show over the weekend. The star watched a total of nine contestants perform some of his most popular songs on stage, seemingly impressed with what he saw the contestants do with his new and olds songs including ‘For Instance,’ ‘Ole,’ African Queen and other classics before he went on stage himself to entertain the audience. known and widely respected for his calmness and humility, 2face was surprised the contestants could dress like him and even emulate some of the mannerisms usually attached to his performances when he started out long ago. Unlike other stars who have taken turns on the seat, he was ...
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Kenya pledges Sh87 million to fight in West Africa.
Obama says military will help fight Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
Hope for Africa UK Guardian columnist Michelle Hanson wrote this article that has sparked quite a debate on social media about God and why He saved an American doctor and let 1,200 Africans die of the Ebola Virus. The writer, who said she gave up on God many years ago, wondered how God works. Find the article below... "Lucky Dr Kent Brantly, the American doctor who has recovered from Ebola, having been given a dose of the experimental antibody serum Zmapp, whizzed home to the US, and given another dose. He is now thanking God for saving his life. Through the medical team and drugs, he admits, but ultimately, it seems, God was in charge. And he chose Brantly, not the other 1,200 mainly West African people who have died horribly, which seems a bit picky." Continue... It must be lovely for Brantly to be so sure of things. I tried, aged 10, to work out whether God was around or not, but couldn't. "What was his actual shape?" I wondered. And how could he be everywhere, all at once? How big, for example, was hi ...
Gates Foundation charity to spend $60m on fighting Ebola in west Africa.
"My friend Angela in West Africa helping with ebola outbreak.
United Kingdom: Joanna Fabikun Crowned Miss West Africa UK 2014 September 12, 2014 - She is the lead girl in 'So Many Tinz' Music Video by MayD - She also played a lead role in Patoranking's Video 'Girlie O' Joanna Olu Ebun Fabikun was born on the 2nd October 1992 and was raised by Her Great aunt in a small city called Milton Keynes in the midlands UK; together they ran a small grocery store selling African food, which built her foundation in business and enterprise. She is extremely proud of her mixed heritage comprising of a half English, half Irish father and Nigerian mother. Growing up, Joanna played the Violin and had a keen interest in Netball. In 2012, Joanna lost her mother but the tragedy became her driving force to attain greater things. Joanna also known as Jojo Lara played the main girl in the video “So Many Tings” by MayD, where she played the role of a slave. This became her debut into acting with over 1.5 million views and also led her to play the lead role of a woman suffering from dom ...
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In a separate outbreak from the wide one in West Africa, cases in Congo doubled this past week to 62.
If you are a qualified medical professional and want to volunteer to work in West Africa
The international health community obsesses about goals and targets but crisis shows health systems neglected .
hey!!! Attention please fellow Mosquitoes you don't pay attention to this announcement then it's all your fault. Mosquito Chairman: Thank you... hmmm! Guys has mosquitoes we at risk for we all know the Ebola out break is just unstoppable. After the death of our leader in West Africa it's been ordered by the government that starting tonight we becoming cause have also become a deadly called Lets not take risks to lose our number like them. Thank you and goodnight fellow women especially and men.
Rachel heading to West Africa to equip hospitals to fight
Here are a few stone samples from the Ashanti and Brong Ahafo Regions of Ghana West Africa. I'll crush these stones down and extract their gold content to see which stone has the highest gold content and purity.
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MEN BEAT THEIR WIVES BECAUSE. Sometimes domestic violence can go to the extreme. Sometimes serious injuries or even death does occur. When a simple quarrel (between husband and wife) escalates into a huge battering resulting into the death of one of the partners, in most cases the wife, that's when people raise eyebrows. Men beat up their wives like everyday, sometimes openly. If that's not the norm around here yet then I think it's very close. Not many husbands can boast of having never done it. For most new wives it's not a matter of "if" it will ever happen it's a question of "when" and how often! We don't get to hear about most of beatings or should I say it's just too regular to inspire much attention. In fact boyfriends beat up their girlfriends with people not really paying much attention because its is not something overtly considered to interfere with normalcy.until, just until the beating gets really awry, when it results in deformity or maybe death. Of course those are stories for the media peo ...
Contact tracing works only if you have a list of victims' contacts and their addresses. The system in West Africa for the Ebola outbreak is "in shambles."
President Obama wants security to accompany the healthcare workers he sends to West Africa.
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Project C.U.R.E. is readying containers of critical supplies for West Africa. To date, the Ebola outbreak -- the largest in history -- has spread across Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria and Sierra Leone and killed at least 672 people, according to the World Health Organization. The disease has no vaccine an…
Mission Central collecting supplies for the Ebola outbreak in West Africa
Daily text messages send health warnings and messages of hope to people of West Africa.
A good example of such a developing country with good government in west Africa is Ghana.
We're calling for additional funding to increase our response to outbreak & reach 22M people in West Africa
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More and more brothers are choosing to marry abroad places like Africa Asia ect they all say shyness has been lost in the west.
Boko Haram threatens all of West Africa, says priest : News Headlines via
Yes if u don't have a naija passport or any west Africa country passport.."You need a visa to enter Nigeria? . .Nigeria??"
Step up against Ebola, Richard Besser in Wash Post, 'In 13 yrs at CDC I never witnessed outbreak as disturbing'
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London-based microbiologist Professor Peter Piot urges creation of UN peacekeeping force to fight 'catastrophe' in west Africa
i understand, West Africa suffers from the same thing, we've been forced to follow these outside laws to our detriment
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The world yawns as Ebola takes hold in West Africa [Books ]
We are fasting and in prayer for West Africa. Let's put Ebola Virus on notice. What's in the dark coming to light. This Friday to Saturday
Health services and economies overwhelmed in West Africa
Very good, Thomas Sowell has a bit of information too on West Africa
"Many in West Africa Are Thought to Be Immune to Ebola, but Finding Them Won’t Be Easy" by DONALD G. McNEIL Jr. via NYT Health ...
IMF says Ebola hits economic growth in West Africa
Curious to know if the recent ECOWAS summit that addressed Ebola will reap concrete plans for collective action in West Af…
Health officials say the current Ebola outbreak in West Africa is the deadliest ever:
Fear of breeds a terror of healthcare workers in West Africa
Let's talk about humanitarian intervention in west to help with fighting
While the West focuses on ISIS, Nigeria's Boko Haram strengthens its ties with ISIS & expands its territory.
Senator Patrick Leahy Thursday spoke on the Senate Floor about the Ebola crisis in West Africa. Leahy urged his colleagues to support steps needed to combat ...
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September 8, 2014 Friday, September 19, 2014 - 3:30pm to 5:00pm Pomerene Hall 0306 The recent outbreak of Ebola in West Africa has claimed nearly 1900 lives, with many more projected losses in the coming months. The epidemic is unprecedented in size, complexity and the strain imposed on health syst…
the millions of African men women and children taken from West Africa to the Americas as Slaves,Lynched tortured + raped.
The Ebola outbreak if organized well may change our health dynamics in West Africa particularly in Sierra Leone for good. With all the donations and supply of medical equipments particularly ambulances our government as in the health ministry should be able to draw up a long term health care plan where more resources are pumped into, and managed to get the country prepared for the outbreak of any other tropical disease in the future. This is the opportuned time to continue to sustain teaching our stubborn people good and better health practices to change the way they manage the environment and some aspect of their cultural practices. As it is now in West Africa Ebola and things like cholera will never be far away even when we defeat it this time. I guess my question now is how can the government change the attitude of their personnel going abroad for medical treatment which only shows contempt for our own?
WHAT ARE US BIOLOGICAL WARFARE RESEATCHERS DOING IN THE EBOLA ZONE? AFRICANGLOBE – This is a call for an immediate, thorough, and independent investigation of Tulane University researchers (see here and here) and their Fort Detrick associates in the US biowarfare research community, who have been operating in West Africa during the past several years. What exactly have they been doing? Exactly what diagnostic tests have they been performing on citizens of Sierra Leone? Why do we have reports that the government of Sierra Leone has recently told Tulane researchers to stop this testing? Have Tulane researchers and their associates attempted any experimental treatments (e.g., injecting monoclonal antibodies) using citizens of the region? If so, what adverse events have occurred? The research program, occurring in Sierra Leone, the Republic of Guinea, and Liberia—said to be the epicenter of the 2014 Ebola outbreak—has the announced purpose, among others, of detecting the future use of fever-viruses as b ...
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has pledged $50m to support emergency efforts to contain West Africa's Ebola...
The Gates Foundation said Tuesday it would commit $50 million to help fight the Ebola epidemic in West Africa.
I'm hoping no diseases spread after that man came home to the Gold Coast from West Africa and walked right through customs with Ebola..
We're supporting deployment of 100 addt’l health workers to West Africa to combat outbreak:
An American doctor infected with Ebola in Sierra Leone arrived at Emory University Hospital in Atlanta on Tuesday, the fourth patient with the virus to be transported to the United States from West Africa for treatment, the hospital said. As of late August, more than 240 healthcare workers had...
Fourth U.S. Ebola patient infected in Africa flown back for treatment A fourth American health worker who contracted Ebola in West Africa arrived in Atlanta Tuesday morning and will be treated at a special isolation unit at Emory University Hospital.
I don't know exactly the reason why the Ebola Virus doesn't seem to be abating in West Africa; maybe the reports are panic numbers. maybe
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Dr. Kent Brantly, one of the two US doctors who contracted the Ebola Virus in Liberia, has spoken out for the first time. He released a statement from his isolation room at Emory University in Atlanta where he's being treated after he was flown out of Liberia last week. He is the first Ebola patient to receive experimental serum, ZMapp. Below is the statement Brantly released: "I am writing this update from my isolation room at Emory University Hospital, where the doctors and nurses are providing the very best care possible. I am growing stronger every day, and I thank God for His mercyas I have wrestled with this terrible disease. I also want to extend my deep and sincere thanks to all of you who have been praying for my recovery as well as for Nancy and for the people of Liberia and West Africa. "My wife Amber and I, along with our two children, did not move to Liberia for the specific purpose of fighting Ebola. We went to Liberia because we believe God called us to serve Him at ELWA Hospital." "One thi ...
The World Health Organization has said that Ebola's death toll in West Africa has reached 1,900 - 400 more than the previous count.
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Liberia, already hardest-hit by the Ebola epidemic sweeping West Africa, should be prepared for thousands of new cases in coming weeks, the World Health Organization has warned. Read More at
nprglobalhealth: The World Health Organization is hoping to raise $600 million from donor countries to fight the outbreak in West Africa. But Dr. Margaret Chan, the director-general of the WHO, tells NPR’s David Greene that aid groups need more than just money. They need what Chan calls medical “tr…
THE BOOK IS BY PROFESSOR JOSEPH J. WILLIAMS IN 1931 Introduction: Read This First Are the African Americans The Descendants of West African Hebrews? This question Is Answered In The (Affirmative ,with a Resounding) YES , By Professor Joseph J . Williams after more than eleven years of intensive research into the subject. In his book entitled Hebrewisms of West Africa , this eminent cultural anthropologist documents the origins and extent of the Hebrew religion and culture in that part of West Africa which is the ancestral Home of black Americans. His book has 443 pages. Iist documented with more than 1,400 footnotes . In reality , it is a compendium of very nearly every major treatise on the subject. Professor Williams cites over 900 different scholars and eye - witnesses -in this encyclopedic effort
African Union says it's sending a team of 40 health professionals to assist in management of the outbreak in West Africa. Cc
Obama is calling the terror group in the middle east ISIL when everybody else calls them ISIS is here. ISIS means Islamic State in Syria. ISIL (made up by Obama) means Islamic State in Levant ! Google "LEVANT Maps" and you will find an area reaching from North Egypt over Syria up to South Turkey. And guess what is right in the middle? ISRAEL !! According to the prophecies in the Bible this is exactly the place where the final fight between God and Satan will take place, Obama's final destination. In the past 3 years Obama planned multiple times to declare war on Syria presenting it as the biggest threat to the US which is complete nonsense. His mission is to destabilize the region even more and to get directly to the border of Israel which is Syria. Obama is ISIL and ISIL are the followers of Satan. Revelation 13 in the Bible clearly describes the Anti-Christ will built his army on earth. He will come out of the sea (Obama origins from Hawaii, Indonesia and West Africa) and he will be a political leader d ...
Strengthening health systems in West Africa is key to ensuring an outbreak like this doesn’t happen again:
By Alexandra Sifferlin More This Is What It Feels Like to Survive Ebola Potential Vaccine Shows Some Promise, but the Spread of Ebola Is Accelerating Third American Ebola Patient Arrives in Omaha Emory University Hospital will be receiving another patient with Ebola from West Africa on Tuesday, the hospital confirmed. The hospital was informed that the patient is being transported via air ambulance to be brought into Emory's isolation unit. [ 289 more words. ]
Another patient infected with Ebola will be brought from West Africa to Atlanta's Emory University Hospital
The Yoruba people are an ethnic group of southwestern Nigeria and southern Benin in West Africa. The Yorùbá constitute over 35 million people in total; the majority of this population is from Nigeria and make up 21% of its population, making them one of the largest ethnic groups in Africa. The majority of the Yoruba speak the Yoruba language which is a tonal Niger-Congo language.The Yorùbá share borders with the Borgu in Benin; the Nupe and Ebira in central Nigeria; and the Edo, the Ẹsan, and the Afemai in mid-western Nigeria. The Igala and other related groups are found in the northeast, and the Egun, Fon, Ewe and others in the southeast Benin. The Itsekiri who live in the north-west Niger delta are related to the Yoruba but maintain a distinct cultural identity. Significant Yoruba population in West Africa can be found in Togo, Liberia and Sierra Leone.. where they have blended in with the Saro and Sierra Leone Creole people.The Yoruba diaspora consists of two main groupings, one of them includes ...
The largest in West Africa is the Nnamdi Azikiwe Library at University of Nsukka,
WHO APPROVES USING EBOLA SURVIVOR'S BLOOD TO TREAT OTHERS The World Health Organization announced Friday it has approved the use of blood transfusions to combat Ebola. Blood from survivors contains antibodies that could help current patients fight the disease. The decision comes after a two-day meeting of WHO officials in Geneva, where they discussed the use of experimental treatments. Voice of America quotes the WHO's assistant director-general, who says the organization is moving faster than usual, having developed its latest treatment protocols in just days. "With any other clinical trial that I know of, you would talk about weeks and months ... The timelines change of all the processes that we know for this particular Ebola outbreak." The WHO blames Ebola for nearly 4,000 infections in West Africa since the outbreak began in March. So far the disease is known to have killed over 1,200 people. And while transfusions could help combat the disease, they're no guarantee. ABC reports Kent Brantly, an aid w ...
The international group Doctors Without Borders has warned that the world is losing the battle against Ebola and lamented that treatment centres in West Africa have been reduced to - New Zealand Herald
HEALTH NEWS Ebola outbreak: 'Big Pharma' failed victims. Why? A A A Because, says a leading scientist, there was 'no business case' for a vaccine img A slum in Freetown, the capital of Sierra Leone, where as of Friday there were 491 recorded Ebola deaths By CHARLIE COOPER Sunday 07 September 2014 The scientist leading Britain's response to the Ebola pandemic has launched a devastating attack on "Big Pharma", accusing drugs giants including GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), Sanofi, Merck and Pfizer of failing to manufacture a vaccine, not because it was impossible, but because there was "no business case". West Africa's Ebola outbreak, which has now claimed well over 2,000 lives, could have been "nipped in the bud", if a vaccine had been developed and stockpiled sooner – a feat that would likely have been "do-able", said Professor Adrian Hill of Oxford University. A team led by Professor Hill is to begin trials of an experimental Ebola vaccine fast-tracked into development in a desperate bid to slow the spread of . ...
Virus in Congo, West Africa unrelated —WHO: The World Health Organisation has confirmed that there is no link ...
As Bugs Bunny was Brer Rabbit from West Africa, so, too: "History of Betty Boop. She was BLACK.
Ebola might be the final straw for ArcelorMittal's iron ore operations in West Africa
In West Africa, If you get pregnant out of wedlock or while in school, Our Parents be like "YOU DISAPPOINT ME, YOU'VE PUT…
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Donate to Doctors W/O Borders response in West Africa : Medical Group Make Appeal for Ebola Aid
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Health workers death toll also rising due to Ebola: 4 In the three Ebola hit areas in West Africa, the number ...
Urgent need for Open Access research into the Ebola outbreak in West Africa
The spread of ebola in West Africa is caused by at least five different species of Ebola Virus.
Forget Ebola, West Africa needs a cure for radical Islam before anything else
WHO said # of people who've died in outbreak has reached 2,097 across five West Africa countries, w/about half deaths in Liberia.
Third American infected with in West heads home for treatment -
I had been asked to assist in the construction of two clinics in the port city of sirekunda West Africa. .
Why Nigeria is winning its fight against Ebola: by Adedayo Ademuwagun Everyone panicked when the first Ebola c...
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1/2 William Pooley, the first British person to contract Ebola during the outbreak in West Africa, has been discharged from hospital after
Ecolab, 3M send medical supplies to West Africa: Two more shipments of 3M products will make their way to Afri...
Epidemiological update: Outbreak of Ebola Virus disease in West Africa and Democratic Republic of the Congo.
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"Battle-hardened" Uganda tips West Africa on how to manage Ebola.
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This hurts my heart. Please pray for those affected and those investigating Ebola outbreak
Why Nigeria is winning its fight against Ebola
Ebola: Big Brother will not have contestants from West Africa. Oh mankind's fear of death! As you shun the region, we rake in the Benjamins.
LONDON (AP) — As West Africa struggles to contain the biggest ever outbreak of Ebola, some experts say an unusual but simple treatment might help: the blood of survivors.
British manufacturing - DCS - thousands of bottles of hand sanitizer for West Africa - Ebola crisis
JOHN LEGEND Has a Semitic: DNA match with the Fula people in west Africa, According to the tradition, the ancestors of Fulani people Came from Abraham, Issac, Jacob of Israel, When Jacob left Canaan and went to Egypt where Joseph was established. The Israelites prospered and grew in population while living in Egypt. Fulani people descended from them. After a long time a new Pharaoh who did not know about Joseph's fame in Egypt, came to power. He made the Israelites work hard at slave labor. The Pharaoh oppressed the people, including Fulani who were rich in cattle. They migrated from Egypt, some of them went back to Palestine and Syria under Moses guidance and the other crossed the Nile with their cattle and headed west. They took the name of fouth or foudh meaning those who left. A group from the latter moved along the edges of the Sahara to Touat-Air and then to West-Africa. Those who came to Masina (in present day Mali) spread to the neighboring regions where they were rejoined by Fulani groups from Mo ...
West Africa would require about $600mn to effectively CORNER the Ebola Virus spread... ...that is some 100 million Bibles at N1000 each! In reality and truth, the Word of God's Grace was fashioned in the BEGINNING with the INTENT and ETERNAL ramifications of mounting a GUARD against the ONSLAUGHT of INFIRMITY and of course, DEATH! Fashioned to give LIFE, and give LIFE in abundance Ebola is an INFIRMITY Death is an ENEMY [Money is a 'Defense Ministry']
Since he started treating patients with Ebola in West Africa, Dr. Kent Brantly had seen only one person survive. Then he tested positive for the disease himself. What it’s like to outlive the worst outbreak of Ebola on record
The Ebola epidemic in West Africa seemed less remote after the U.S. State Department’s visit last week to inspect the Nebraska Medical Center biocontainment unit’s capacity to handle patients.
Ebola Doctor Kent Brantly: Continue to Pray for West Africa: An American doctor who was stricken with Ebola en...
Well done to the ministry of Health and Civil Aviation Authority!. The Ebola outbreak in West Africa has spread...
"In 2010, Cambridge professor Nicholas Boyle said "a great event" in the year 2014 would be pivotal in determining whether the 21st Century would bring peace and prosperity or war and poverty. With the loss of two Malaysia Airlines flights, the kidnapping of 200 schoolgirls in Nigeria, war in Gaza and Israel, the emergence of militant group Islamic State in the Middle East, tensions in Europe over Ukraine and the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, his prediction may seem prescient."
President Barack Obama's message about the Ebola Crisis to the People of West Africa
US Ebola survivor Nancy Writebol: 'Our prayers are with you in West Africa'
In a video address, President Obama speaks to the people of West Africa regarding America’s support in combating the Ebola outbreak.
.says West Africa death toll has reached more than 1,900:
West Africa: AU to Deploy a Humanitarian Mission to Fight Ebola in West Afric...
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