Concern announces a €36m programme to fight Ebola

Concern announces a €36m programme to fight Ebola

20 October 2014

Concern Worldwide announces a €36 million programme to fight Ebola and appeals for staff and funds as it expands work in Sierra Leone and Liberia.

Concern CEO, Dominic MacSorley: "We need to break the ebola transmission rate by setting up isolation units, safely disposing of bodies and massively increasing public awareness."

Dominic MacSorley, Concern's CEO, appealed for public support for the organisation’s work:

We need to break the Ebola transmission rate by setting up isolation units, safely disposing of bodies and massively increasing public awareness. We have to prevent this disease from completely unravelling the social, economic and cultural fabric of west African society. I can’t overestimate enough the urgency of this and I'm appealing to people in Ireland to help make this critical work possible.

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Concern announces a €36m programme to fight Ebola

Concern Worldwide announces a €36 million programme to fight Ebola and appeals for staff and funds as it expands work in Sierra Leone and Liberia.
  • Concern worldwide announces a eu36m programme to fight ebola and appeals for staff