Even now the prevalence of Ebola and child is still quite high within the world. The UN adopted a resolution demanding that all armed rebel groups in outbreak zones respect international laws. Ebola has taken a dramatic toll on Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, killing thousands, affecting livelihoods, disrupting public services, putting education on hold and threatening the development progress achieved in recent years. Ebola is still a health emergency in DR Congo according to the United Nations.
Sweden is a very influential country within the bounds of this subject and others similar. Sweden was the leading country in flexibility of donations in 2016-2017 with 33.98 million in US dollars, Sweden is the 18th richest country in the world. Sweden has also created quite a few global health institutions in cooperation with the World Health Organization. Such as Swedish Institute for Global Health Transformation, The Karolinska institute, and the Lund University.
One step we can take to combat this issue is separate infected areas with non-infected to contain the disease. Then we can keep up cure research funded by NGOs and participating countries. We can then distribute the cure evenly to infected areas.
- Bryce Emmons