Ebola is deadly.  But, Ebola can be stopped.

Your financial contribution will help Last Mile Health and partners train and equip many more Liberian health workers in rural areas to prepare for and respond to Ebola.

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Our prayers and thoughts are with all who have been affected by this deadly virus in Liberia and neighboring countries.  Now is the time to translate thoughts into action.  With your support, we can end this outbreak and save lives.

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What is Ebola?

Read President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s official statement on the Ebola outbreak

Updated WHO Situation Reports

How doctors can stop Ebola (NPR)

Beating the odds, and joining the fight (The Telegraph)

Media Coverage of Last Mile Health's Ebola Response

A National Geographic piece quoting CEO Raj Panjabi and Medical Director Dr. John Ly, on the need for more investment in and training of health workers to combat the Ebola epidemic (July 29, 2014).

 90.9 WBUR, Boston’s NPR News Station, Interview with Raj Panjabi and FACE Africa founder Saran Kaba Jones on fighting the Liberian Ebola outbreak from Boston (August 5, 2014).

 Scientific American article by Assistant Minister of Health Tolbert Nyenswah of the Liberian Ministry of Health and Social Welfare on the need for international support and the Liberian public’s trust to stop the Ebola outbreak (August 6, 2014).  

 ONE Campaign post highlighting Last Mile Health as one of ten organizations to support now to fight the spread of Ebola (August 7, 2014).

 Interview on PRI’s The World with Paul Farmer, Last Mile Health Advisor, highlighting the need for increased investment in health systems and community health workers to prevent epidemics like Ebola (August 14, 2014).

 Direct Relief press release on 22 companies that donated medical resources to fight Ebola in Sierra Leone and Liberia, which supported the response efforts of Last Mile Health (August 14, 2014).

 Project Syndicate op-ed by Prabhjot Singh, Last Mile Health advisor and Chair of the One Million Community Health Worker Campaign, on the potential for community health workers to stop the spread and prevent the recurrence of epidemics like Ebola (August 18, 2014).

 Direct Relief press release on shipment of life-saving supplies to Last Mile Health to support Ebola response efforts (August 20, 2014).

 Democracy Now! interview with Paul Farmer, Last Mile Health Advisor, about the Ebola outbreak in West Africa and how it represents a reflection of long-standing and growing inequality (August 22, 2014).

 The Guardian Poverty Matters blog post by Robtel Pailey, a member of Last Mile Health’s Liberia Board of Directors, arguing for increased investment in healthcare and expansion of health coverage to rural areas in Liberia (August 22, 2014).

 Nature article cites Last Mile Healt’s model as an example of the effectiveness of training health workers in basic public-health measures to quell epidemics like Ebola (August 28, 2014).