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Sierra Leone: Wage rates improve in Sierra Leone, mVAM Bulletin #15 March 2015

World Food Programme, (2015)

Imported and local rice prices increased modestly in March. A recovery in economic activity is leading to an improvement in unskilled wage rates (up 7 percent compared to February). The households who are depending the most on negative coping strategies are in the districts of Kailahun, Kono, Bombali, Tonkolili and Koinadugu. March data continues to show that negative coping strategies are most frequently used by the poorest households, by those living in Ebola-affected rural areas and by households headed by women.

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

From response to recovery: Supporting children and communities in Ebola-affected countries

Plan International, (2015)

This policy brief is targeted at national governments, donors and regional and international actors to support Ebola-affected countries to transition from emergency response to recovery.

Ebola Response Roadmap

World Health Organization, (2014)

The World Health Organization is issuing a "roadmap" to guide and coordinate the international response to the outbreak of Ebola virus disease in West Africa. The aim is to stop ongoing Ebola transmission worldwide within 6–9 months, while rapidly managing the consequences of any further international spread. It also recognizes the need to address, in parallel, the outbreak’s broader socioeconomic impact.

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