The Rapid Response service answers queries on the Ebola outbreak with the aim to enhance current efforts to contain the epidemic by providing clear, practical, real-time advice about how to engage with crucial socio-cultural and political dimensions of the outbreak and build locally-appropriate interventions. This service aims to follow up on queries within 72 hours of the initial request. Please email us at [email protected]
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