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Washington Global Health Alliance, PATH, University of Washington, Washington State University, and World Vision announce “Water, Wealth and Health” partnership in Tanzania
About 1,100 have died from Ebola in Sierra Leone, and 15,000 are being monitored. World Vision is training local faith leaders to spread accurate public health messages about prevention; distributing personal protective equipment for community health workers; training burial workers on safe burial practices; and creating radio-based educational programming for children whose schools are closed.
Efforts to control Ebola epidemic, reduce stigma a recent example of faith leaders coming together and leading in the development sphere.
World Vision has partnered with NY CityFest with Luis Palau to help local school children during NY CityFest . World Vision will be on hand to give attendees an opportunity to donate money for school supplies for local children.
Last year, nearly 7 million people received access to clean water due to the efforts of 37 NGOs alone. Assuming that the number of people reached remains the same each year a cumulative 110 million people will be reached with clean water between 2015 and 2030.
Report details serious consequences if Syria aid response remains underfunded.