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This year has seen 119 violent attacks, with 85 health workers injured or killed.
The outbreak has reached 1,495 cases and 984 deaths, including 406 cases and 308 deaths in April.
"WHO and partners cannot tackle these challenges without the international community stepping in" to provide funds.
Taking a One Health approach, the authors say implementation of national action plans has been slow.
The outbreak totals now stand at 1,373 cases, including 890 deaths.
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