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U.S. and international health responses to the ebola outbreak in West Africa : October 29, 2014 / Tiaji Salaam-Blyther, specialist in global health.

  • Salaam-Blyther, Tiaji
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Some global health experts have criticized the U.S. and international response to the Ebola outbreak, decrying the pace and scale of assistance. The limited impact of U.S. and international responses to the Ebola outbreak has raised several questions regarding global health governance structures, international commitment to bolstering pandemic preparedness and response capacity in poor countries, and global support for strengthening health systems. The international community lacks a rapid response team of health professionals prepared to address health emergencies like the ongoing West African Ebola outbreak. Debates about whether WHO should have such capacity have been at the heart of recent WHO reform debates. While deliberating the appropriate response to ongoing Ebola outbreak, Congress is likely to discuss the breadth of health, social, economic, development, and security challenges that this outbreak is causing, as well as how U.S. global health aid is apportioned. This report focuses on the health impacts of the outbreak and discusses U.S. and international responses to those health challenges.


[Washington, D.C.] : Congressional Research Service, [2014]
Marston Gate, Great Britain :, Ltd., [2014?]

Physical description

4 unnumbered pages, 25 pages : illustrations, map ; 28 cm.


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Includes bibliographical references.


  • English

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  • 1503089797
  • 9781503089792