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November Clinic Donations

Our spirited team of local leaders and ex-combatants in Liberia have been hard at work throughout the month of November, re-supplying neighborhood clinics as well as seeking out new partners in our fight to build better community health and resilience. As we continue to add clinics, private nurses, and public restrooms to our growing donation list, monetary support is needed now more than ever. Visit our Global Giving donation page today, where we are competing to raise $5,000 from 40 donors by December 31st! http://bit.ly/egcampaign Below you will find our most recent report from Youth Coordinator, Mulbah Richards in Liberia concerning our clinic donations during a trip to Voinjama. Togethe

Our Role in the Future of Healthcare in Liberia

Wondering why you should support our Global Giving Ebola campaign? In order to make an informed, educated decision, we felt a more detailed post about why our recent work with neighborhood clinics is unique and essential to the Ebola crisis was neccessary-beginning with this short video. Although the Ebola epidemic is still growing in Sierra Leone, and Guinea's numbers are swinging up and down, Liberia is now reporting only 20 new patients a day. Treatment units have hundreds of empty beds, and Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has lifted the state of emergency put in place in August. Now the country faces new challenges: rebuilding a shattered health care system, tamping down local o

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