Before the Spread: How the U.S. is Working to Stop the Next Ebola

Apr 7, 2017 · 4 min read
Siah Tamba is an Ebola survivor who now works at the Ebola treatment unit in Sinje, Grand Cape Mount, Liberia, after losing her mother, sister, and daughter. Photo: USMEER.
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Dr. Peter Githua puts on his gloves before he heads to the red zone of an Ebola treatment unit, supported by the office of USAID’s Office of Foreign Disaster Relief, in Sinje, Grand Cape Mount, Liberia. Photo: UNMEER.
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