The Obama administration increased its efforts this week in order to help support the Ebola problems, however the president stressed that the world will not be capable to succeed without the major contributions of charitable organizations.
Since this Ebola outbreak first struck Guinea in March, more than 2,400 people have died from the virus, according to the World Health Organization and it was quickly deemed the worst Ebola crisis in history. Yet support for aid organizations has only just begun to pick up and Obama admonished that the role of these groups cannot be underestimated.
“Charities and individual philanthropists have given generously, and they can make a big difference,” Obama said during a visit to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on Tuesday. “And so we’re not restricting these efforts to governmental organizations; we also need NGOs and private philanthropies to work with us in a coordinated fashion in order to maximize the impact of our response.”
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