Reliable Transportation Accelerates Response to the Ebola Outbreak

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Donor Funds Bolster West African Emergency Response

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Taiwan Provides $1 Million Donation to CDC Foundation for Ebola Response Effort

To support efforts to stem the epidemic, the CDC Foundation today announced a $1 million donation from Taiwan to provide flexible funding to help meet the most urgent, on-the-ground needs in West Africa. This donation will be used for the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) Ebola response effort in the most severely affected countries of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.

The Power of Technology in West Africa

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Africa United in the Fight Against Ebola

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Giving Tuesday: Give the Gift of Health

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The Importance of Private Foundations in the Fight Against Ebola

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Battle Against Ebola Far From Over in West Africa

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Henry Schein and UPS Join with CDC Foundation To Help CDC Combat Ebola Epidemic

A host of needs have been identified to help address the unprecedented Ebola epidemic in West Africa. One vital need is personal protective equipment (PPE) such as gloves, masks and gowns, for use by public health workers and others involved in the on-the-ground response to the epidemic in the most-impacted countries of Liberia, Guinea and Sierra Leone. To help address this need, the CDC Foundation today announced a public-private partnership with Henry Schein, Inc. and UPS to provide and direct the transport of PPE to West Africa to aid in CDC’s response efforts.

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