World Health Organization Ebola Canada Kierra Polizzi- FH Northern High School     More than 11,000 people of died of Ebola since it’s discovery in 1976 in two different parts of Africa. Central [...]

Committee:  World Health Organization Topic:  Ebola Ebola is a virus that’s extremely rare, but extremely deadly.  The virus was discovered in 1776 in Yambuku, Zaire, and has continued to become [...]

When discussing the mass amounts of life’s misfortune that the Syrian Arab Republic has had to deal with throughout the last decade, it may be considered a grand pardon from the universe that the [...]

Ebola Haemorrhagic Fever, commonly known as Ebola, is a rare, yet fatal disease. On average, the disease carries a fifty-percent fatality rate. In recent years, it has climbed to a staggering [...]

The Ebola virus disease (EVD), formerly known as the Ebola hemorrhagic fever, is a severe, often fatal illness in humans. The Ebola virus is transmitted through contact with blood or body fluids [...]

Ebola is a disease that has recently been in the spotlight for it’s danger to our society. Many have gotten sick, but not too much has happened in Hungary. Hungary believes that Ebola is a [...]

Committee: World Health Organization Topic: Ebola Country: Australia   The Ebola crisis in the DRC has raged for a year and a half and killed over 2,000 people. The mortality rate of this Ebola [...]

Committee: World Health Organization Topic: Ebola Country: United States   Yu. G. is a man we know so little about that we refer to him by his initials. Mr. Yu. G. was a storekeeper in a cotton [...]

Zachary Scholton               Democratic People’s Kalamazoo Central High School       Republic of Korea   WHO Topic 1- Ebola A disease known for killing many, Ebola makes it’s biggest target in [...]

The Ebola virus, a contact spread disease, was discovered in 1973 in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Since then, outbreaks have occurred throughout the continent. This includes the largest [...]