Sierra Leone

Having examined, in 1976 the disease was first identified in Sudan and parts of Zaire, outbreak typically occur in tropical regions of sub Saharan Africa, from1976, the World Health Organization reported over 1,716 cases, the largest ongoing 2014 West African Ebola Outbreak, which is affecting Sierra Leone, Guinea, Nigeria, and Liberia, Fully alarmed, Ebola is a disease caused by one of the Ebola virus strains, From the last March, Ebola spread through the West Africa region.
The first infector was in Guinea, and it is rapidly spreading to Sierra Leone, Nigeria, and Liberia, According to World Health Organization, last year infected people are about 7,178 and the half of 3,338 had died, there are total 5 kinds of Ebola virus, the virus that appeared in Guinea is the most lethal virus, Symptoms start a few days, or weeks, after contracting the virus, with a sore throat, fever, headaches, and muscle pain, Typically, diarrhea, vomiting, and a rash follow, and with decreased function of kidneys and livers.
The virus can be attained by physical contact with the victim of disease or their body fluids, (blood, saliva, etc) It is proven that the disease is not infected through respiration process, and some scholars have suggested the possibility of the spread of disease occurring from contact with fruit bat or other sorts of pests, Acknowledging the possible future the world can face as the spread of Ebola continues, all United Nations (UN) countries with the support of World Health Organizations (WHO) and Central Disease Center (CDC) must cooperate together to find a reasonable solution to the

Ebola crisis, 1) Calls for the education of basic information of the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) to the locals in the range of infection; a. Providing information about Ebola and how to prevent yourself from being infected by it to the locals who have high possibilities of infection b. Send experts who can teach locals to help do this 2) Encourages the invention of a vaccine or a treatment to ease the symptoms of the EVD; a. Must send medical researchers and scientists to research about the disease we
know as Ebola b.

The most ideal solution for disease breakouts is to create a vaccine to cure everyone i. The only method to save everybody ii. Can prevent on future situations when a new variation of Ebola appears 3) Strongly urges to restrict the immigration and emigration from African region in all countries; a. Must prevent further spread of the disease 4) Requests for the support of volunteers and medical experts to help alleviate the situations in infected countries; a. Help is always needed b.

Locals lack information to solve the situation and the hand of an expert is severely needed 5) Proposes to supply the people in needs food, water, and sanitary& medical equipments to sustain the lives of infected patients and others in the region; a. For the locals to sustain life while taking care of patients, the locals need supports in necessary resources such as food b. To stop the spread of Ebola, locals must maintain a clean environment i. Need of sanitary product is severe 6) Approves holding fundraisers and other events to raise money to help Ebola; a.

To economically fund countries in crisis, donations and fundraiser is a perfect means to do this b. Can potentially earn money that can be used form supply and labor costs 7) Declares to make stricter the inspections in all fields to prevent further spread of Ebola; a. Strict inspections are essential to cut off any spread of virus 8) Confirms the preservation of rights for all victims of the disease who might face unfair situations; a. In severe situations, probability for human rights to be ignored is extremely high. i. Human right is to be always respected.

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