Plans to build resilient health systems have been developed by the 3 countries, Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone, most affected by the recent Ebola outbreak. To assist the governments of these countries in securing funding and resources for these national and regional recovery strategies over a 2-year time frame, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon convened the International Ebola Recovery Conference in New York City in July. During this conference, the international community pledged more than $5 billion toward these efforts (http://bit.ly/1KXJ7On).
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