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The $5 million initiative for rural Guinea pairs Ebola prevention messages with help for farmers.
The fund is expected to provide $100 million for the three Ebola-stricken nations.
Case counts vary, but progress is being made toward the UN goal of isolating & treating, and safely burying where necessary, all Ebola patients.
Survivors face stigma and other complex issues because of the unique nature of the disease.
Sierra Leone's new cases nudge its total ahead of Guinea's, and Liberia also adds to its illness and death totals.
(CIDRAP News) An agriculture ministry official in Indonesia who spoke yesterday at a pandemic planning conference for businesses said the number of poultry outbreaks caused by the H5N1 avian influenza virus is declining.
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