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Real Time Evaluation of the Ebola Control Programs in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia. Final Report

International Federation of Red Cross And Red Crescent Societies, (2015)

The scope includes the assessment of activities to improve the response to affected populations, stakeholders, partners and donors, building on lessons learnt so far in this outbreak.

Ebola Outbreak in West Africa: Lessons Learned from Quarantine – Sierra Leone and Liberia

Assessment Capacities Project, (2015)

Summary of lessons learned Self-imposed quarantine has proved less problematic. The timely and reliable delivery of resources (e.g. food/water) and expertise (e.g. contact tracing/safe and dignified burials) is essential to ensure cooperation and deter quarantine violation. The communities’ understanding of the benefits of quarantine and its role in stopping the outbreak is essential. Coercion is counterproductive.

Cadre Harmonisé for identification of areas and populations in food insecurity in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone

Permanent Interstate Committee for Drought Control in the Sahel, (2015)

- Regional analysis of acute food insecurity: Current situation (February-March 2015)

Ebola Response Strategy for Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone

UN Development Programme, (2015)

The only way to prevent future Ebola epidemics of this magnitude is to address the fundamental social and political vulnerabilities that have allowed the virus to flourish, such as weak health systems and local services, poor governance, chronic poverty, and a legacy of conflict and social divisions

Ebola: Beyond the health emergency

Plan, (2015)

Summary of research into the consequences of the Ebola outbreak for children and communities in Liberia and Sierra Leone This study describes the range of impacts that Ebola has had on children and families in Liberia and Sierra Leone, looking beyond the immediate health effects

Study on the Gendered Impacts of Ebola in Liberia (February 2015)

Leena Kotilainen, Eds.: Finn Church Aid, (2015)

This study examines the gendered impacts of the Ebola virus disease (EVD) in Liberia in the largest outbreak of EVD ever recorded. The findings are based on an extensive two-week desk study and one-week participatory field study conducted in January 2015 in the cities of Monrovia and Buchanan in Liberia

UN Ebola Response Multi-Partner Trust Fund 2015 Interim Report

UN Development Programme, UN Mission for Ebola Emergency Response, (2015)

The report will describe how the Ebola Response MPTF, which has attracted contributions from 38 Member States, one business and many individuals, has offered a transparent and strategic tool to support the Ebola response. As of 31 January 2015, the Fund had total pledges amounting to US$142 million, out of which US$132 million have been deposited

Recovering from the Ebola Crisis: A summary report

UN Development Programme, (2015)

In response to a call by the United Nations Secretary-General and the Governments of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, an international team conducted an Ebola Recovery Assessment.The aim was to contribute towards laying the foundation for short-, medium- and long-term recovery while the medical emergency response continues to tackle the epidemic. This summary report is based on a full report as well as three detailed reports submitted to each of the three governments as contributions to their national recovery planning processes.

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