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Incidence has declined little since late January, but Liberia has now gone 2 weeks with no cases.
About 20% of Liberians who were unemployed during the Ebola outbreak have returned to the workforce.
UN funding is needed to cover its response activities in the region through 2015, with an urgent need to ramp up before the rainy season.
The outbreak nations reported 128 new cases last week, lifting the total to 23,218, including 9,365 deaths.
The $5 million initiative for rural Guinea pairs Ebola prevention messages with help for farmers.
Novavax trial involves 230 adults, as outbreak cases near 23,000.
Outbreak countries report 100 more confirmed cases but have made great progress placing orphans, UNICEF says.
Officials say $1 billion is needed now, ahead of the upcoming rainy season.
UNMEER head calls the situation "perilous," because the disease is still present in 25 of 66 districts in the three outbreak nations.
Liberia has 46 new Ebola cases, Sierra Leone 22, and Guinea 2.
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