Tuesday, 30 September 2014


The U.S. is planning to build 17 other clinics in Liberia and will help to train more health workers to staff them. Britain has promised to help set up 700 treatment beds in Sierra Leone, and its military will build and staff a hospital in that country. France is sending a field hospital and doctors to Guinea.
But the needs remain enormous. The World Food Program said Tuesday it only has about 40 percent of the $93 million it needs to deliver food to people who are struggling to feed themselves because their neighborhoods have been quarantined or they've lost the heads of their households. Around 1,500 treatment beds have been built or are in the works, but that still leaves a gap of more than 2,100 beds, says WHO. Between 1,000 and 2,000 international health care workers are needed, according to the agency. I JUST PRAY THAT GOD SHOULD HEAL THE LAND.

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