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Building the legacy of Ebola: Survivors, health systems, and a blueprint for research and development

World Health Organization WHO, (2017)

This report describes the work done by WHO from January 2015 up to the end of December 2016 to address the long-term issues of survivor care, health-systems strengthening and research.

Ebola Regional Response Plan January-December 2015, Supplementary Appeal 2015

UNHCR United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, (2015)

The funding requested in this supplementary appeal will enable UNHCR to enhance preventive, preparedness and response measures against EVD, participate in the regional and country inter-agency response and ensure continuity of operations, including preparations for the resumption of the voluntary repatriation of Ivorian refugees, in the face of the Ebola crisis

Technical meeting to support Ebola affected countries on the recovery and resilience plans with a focus on GAVI, the Global Fund and other partners' funding - Report, 9-11 June 2015

World Health Organization, (2015)

The objectives of the meeting were to agree on coordinated and aligned support to the 3 countries’ national health recovery plans (Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone); to identify cross-cutting areas and opportunities for integration; to identify ways to improve implementation modalities; and to identify actions including technical assistance needed to support the countries in the process of building resilient health systems. The outcomes of the meeting consisted in proposed country action plans to move forward with the implementation of the recovery plans. The action plans includes:priorities and areas of work; activities needed to improve implementation modalities; technical assistance needs.

UN Ebola Response Multi-Partner Trust Fund 2nd Interim Report for the Period October 2014 to May 2015

UN Development Programme, UN Secretary-General, (2015)

The report features the central achievements of the Fund, providing a detailed presentation of how it has supported the realization of each MCA across the three most affected countries – Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone. Between 1 November 2014 and 28 May 2015, the Fund disbursed over US$128 million to close critical financing gaps in the Ebola response across these three countries.

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