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As Nearly 2 Million Children Return to School in Ebola-stricken Sierra Leone, Psychological Support Will be Crucial, Says Aid Agency
As the latest round of post-2015 negotiations draw to a close, aid agency World Vision is warning time is running out for leaders to focus on what really matters – saving the lives of children.
Emergency shelter and logistics staff deployed by World Vision are among those due to arrive today (Monday) on the island of Vanuatu as part of an international mobilisation of aid workers to assist the cyclone hit nation.
World Vision Ireland will work with West African communities to dispel misconceptions about Ebola vaccine.
Metro Manila is now on heightened alert as weather authorities warn of heavy to intense rains as Typhoon Hagupit (local name Ruby) continues to batter central Philippine islands.
World Vision starts distribution of emergency essentials, including water and hygiene kits, today for 2,500 families hit by Typhoon Hagupit in three evacuation camps.
A year since Typhoon Haiyan: More than a million people assisted; a remarkable journey of resilience. In the last 12 months, World Vision has continued to stand with survivors as they begin to rebuild their lives and look toward the future.
The first Ebola case in Sierra Leone was reported in May. Three months after the declaration of the deadly outbreak, Sierra Leone and the West African sub region is still overwhelmed by the disease. MSF on BBC states that the World is losing the battle against Ebola in West African sub-region.