EBOLA Informational Links and Updates

EBOLA Informational Links and Updates


EBOLA Outbreak Updates, Information and Who is Involved

News Articles

12/30/2014, CIDRAP (Center for Infectious DIsease Research and Policy) - Investigations yield insights into Ebola outbreak's early months

08/14/2014, Huffington Post - How to Stop Ebola and the Next OutbreakJim Young Kim, President, World Bank and Nkosazana Diami Zuma, Chairperson of the African Union

Ebola Information for Pet Owners - American Veterinary Medical Association

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about Ebola Virus for Pet Owners


USAID - Emerging Pandemic Threats Project 2 - This year’s Ebola epidemic in West Africa is a jarring reminder of the need for a greater capability in all countries to rapidly detect and respond to new or re-emerging public health threats which “spill over” in humans from animal populations such as bats, rodents, and non-human primates.


Ebola and other emerging diseases: Losing the trees before we see the forest's connection to our health, Catherine Machalaba (author).


Elizabeth R. Griffin Research Foundation

ID Bracelets for healthcare workers

Where do you keep your ID while wearing PPE?

RoadID and Elizabeth R Griffin Foundation providing Ebola healthcare workers with personal ID bracelets to save lives. Click on the RoadID logo at bottom of this page to buy a RoadID http://www.ergriffinresearch.org/work/ebola.php 


Our goal is to sell 1,000 in the U.S. so that we can provide RoadID bracelets to colleagues in West Africa.

Website: Click Here

Ebola Involvement Highlighted on ABC News, July 30, 2014  Click Here


Alert Net Express, September 5, 2014

CHRONOLOGY-World's worst Ebola outbreak tests global response, Reuters, Sept. 4, 2014.

Alert Net Express, September 2, 2014


EBOLA: The world's worst Ebola epidemic has put harvests at risk and sent food prices soaring in West Africa, the U.N. Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) has said, warning the problem will intensify in coming months.


LinkedIn Sites

Dr. Jim Wilson, MD,FAAP, Director, National Forecast Infectious Center, What Losing a War with Ebola Looks LIke, August 28, 2014.  

EBOLA News. Click here for an ongoing discussion



Ebola and Emerging Infectious Diseases, Sept 9, 5:30 - 6:30pm @ Rosenau Room 133, Gillings School of Global Public Health


There should be an adequate supply of personsl protective equipment to health staff working on suspected Ebola cases in the sub region of west Africa. This will minimise the danger of health care staff who are to take care of the sick, rather contracting the virus and dying whiles their patients are left alone. Some drastic .must be done for the west africa health staff.

George Danquah Damptey | | 08/31/2014 12:47 PM
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