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UN will ‘stay the course’ in Liberia, peacekeeping chief says
11 September 2014 – The United Nations will continue to stand by Liberia and its neighbours currently battling an “unprecedented” Ebola outbreak, the Organization’s peacekeeping chief pledged today in Monrovia, spotlighting his mission to assess how the UN can further support the country.
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Citing Ebola Outbreak’s Profound Toll on Liberia, SRSG Tells Security Council Plague Must be Stopped
The severity of the Ebola outbreak presented Liberia with its gravest threat since the civil war, and the United Nations Mission there had to reorient its activities and its planning to help stem it, the Secretary-General’s Special Representative told the Security Council this morning.
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Special Representative briefs Security Council on Liberia’s Ebola crisis
Monrovia/New York, 09 September 2014 – The Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General (SRSG) for Liberia, Karin Landgren, devoted her regular briefing to the Security Council today to the rapidly evolving developments related to the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) epidemic in Liberia.
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UN Envoy Calls for Behavioral Change to Contain Ebola
Special Representative of the Secretary-General Karin Landgren continues her tour of Liberia’ s counties to assess the Ebola Viral Disease outbreak situation, with her latest port of call being the Bong County administrative capital, Gbarnga, where she called for behavioral change and involvement of all to contain the disease.
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Nepal FPU offer Medical Outreach
Nepal FPU-1 organized a free medical outreach and cleanliness exercise at Ducor Hotel Rock Hill community on 14th June as part of the Contingent’s effort to reach out to the public. Approximately 190 people benefited from the Community Health Awareness programme, free distribution of medicines and medical treatment and examination.
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