Ebola in Sub Sahara Africa
By Cole Hupp
Where, What, and When
Fighting Ebola in Sub Sahara Africa
Foreign Help: The CDC (Centers For Disease Control) is sending people and equipment to West Africa, to doctors and volunteers that can help treat this virus.
Education: Doctors and regular citizens in Africa are being educated on how to not spread the virus. Children are also being educated on how to avoid things that might give them Ebola. Since people are being educated, the spread of Ebola is now almost at a dead stop. People all over West Africa are now returning to their normal lives that they lived before the outbreak.
Doctors in Africa helping children fight the Ebola virus.
A map of the 2014 outbreak of the Ebola virus.
Websites like Google pledge donations to help fight Ebola in West Africa.
Curing Ebola In Sub-Sahara Africa
Impact On Sub Sahara Africa (Economic)
Impact On Sub Sahara Africa (Physically)
This graph shows the economic effect Ebola has had of the SSA.
This picture shows the physical effect of Ebola in Sub Sahara Africa.
This is the ribbon for Ebola Awareness