Ebola does not stop at the border!

A closer look at the UNOCHA situation report maps reveals that the outbreak is concentrated in the cross-border areas of three Mano River Union countries; half of all victims are Liberians. There is no operational health system in place in these rural areas traversing three countries. The origin of the Ebola outbreak makes it fundamentally a cross-border concern. Nevertheless, the calls for help and the responses primarily take a country-by-country approach. Ebola does not stop at the border - the response must therefore take into account the regional dimension. 

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