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The Accredited Medicine Stores in Liberia: Their Role in the Ebola Crisis

During the height of the Ebola virus outbreak in West Africa, Liberia’s Accredited Medicines Stores (AMS) and other retail drug outlets continued to help ensure access to medicines and pharmaceutical services to community members, even after public health clinics had closed down.

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A Transformation in Health Debates

One the sidelines of the UN General Assembly, a new partnership launched to strengthen primary health care systems in low- and middle-income countries. CEO of Save the Children shares her take on the partnership, and how it will support countries to achieve Universal Health Coverage.

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Measles: Preventing a Predictable Consequence of the Ebola Outbreak in West Africa

Once the EVD outbreak is on the retreat, every effort should be made by partners and the affected countries to reinstitute routine health services, including immunization.

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A Wake-Up Call: Lessons from Ebola for the World’s Health Systems

The reasons for Ebola spreading are complex but a new report launched by Save the Children – A Wake-Up Call - focuses on the way that the inadequate health services in the countries ensured that Ebola could not be quickly contained, reversed or mitigated.

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A Return to Monrovia in the Time of Ebola

Wash hands, take temperature, no touching. It's a day-to-day mantra in Liberia as country leaders forge partnerships to end Ebola.

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