The EU has announced further emergency funding of €3.5 million, of which €2.5 million is for Uganda and €1 million for South Sudan, to strengthen rapid detection and reaction to cases of the deadly Ebola virus. The outbreak in the Democratic Republic of Congo continues, with the first cases emerging this week in neighboring Uganda.
The aid package will strengthen the surveillance of the disease, and will help in the training of healthcare and frontline workers, in equipping medical treatment fa...
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