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Mr. Johnny Gentry, who taught at BWI in Kakat Liberia from 1979 till 1982 will tell us about his experiences. All rights reserved, copyright Alvis A. Lee Memorial Project
Join host Natalie Young brodacasting from Liberia West Africa discussing Ebola with Pastor Nyanford Gibson on RHL Ministry Radio's weekly broadcast "THE POWER OF PERSUASION " The apostle and his brethren used every argument and persuasion, to lead men to believe in the Lord Jesus, and to act as his disciples. Their zeal and diligence were for the glory of God and the good of the church. ~2 Corinthians 5:12~
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this Ebola disease maybe a created virus being used against African Americans as little information was reported that Liberia was the place that Marcus Garvey took African Americans in the 1920's to a freedom land, but once there that were met with nothing and many died, so in 2003 there was the Bigger than life Oil men coming into that country because of the oil reserves which is being used today for over 14% of the US oil consumption. The people are poor and maybe also being used by major labs for experiments i,e, Ebola and we will talk about more and the possibilities of what maybe a pandemic towards the Black Community within the USA.
What is the current situation?
An outbreak of Ebola has been ongoing in Liberia since March 2014. Outbreaks are also occurring in Guinea and Sierra Leone; these outbreaks of Ebola are the largest and most complex in history. A small number of cases have also been reported in Lagos, Nigeria. At least three Americans have been infected, all in Liberia. Affected counties in Liberia include Bomi, Bong, Grand Bassa, Grand Cape Mount, Lofa, Margibi, Montserrado (including the capital city of Monrovia), Nimba, and River Cess. Civil unrest and violence against aid workers have been reported in West Africa as a result of the outbreak. The public health infrastructure of Liberia is being severely strained as the outbreak grows.
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Wife of Dr. Ernest K. Shaw will discuss her experiences in Africa while at the Booker Washington Institute in the 1950's. The BWI Liberia data collection and documentation project. Mr. Shaw is one of several educators who went to Liberia in the 1950's to 1960's as part of the Prarie View A&M collaboration with Booker Washington Institute. This project is dedicated to my father, Alvis A. Lee, who was also one of the educators in this project. All rights reserved.
Thomas E. Duncan, who travelad to Dallas from Liberia, should he be charge? I want people to call in to give their input. Why Thomas E. Duncan, currently being treated for Ebola in Dallas, Texes, Liberian officials have taken the aggressive step of announcing that they have plan to prosecute Duncan The government alleges that Duncan lied about having come into contact with someine affected by Ebola during an airport screening in Liberia. Why should Liberian government purse criminal charges again a man?
Liberia Struggles to Find, Isolate Suspected Ebola Cases
The Ebola caseload continues to grow in Liberia’s capital, Monrovia, even as more people accept the disease and try to stay safe. Health workers are struggling to identify and isolate the sick before they can infect other
THE MOMENT OF THE EBOLA OUTBREAK, LIBERIA'S HEALTH SYSTEM WAS INDEED WEAKENED, AND VULNERABLE. THE COUNTRY IS STILL RECOVERING FROM A DEVASTAING CIVIL WAR, WHICH ENDED ONLY TEN YEARS AGO. THIS CIVIL WAR DECIMSTED THE NATION'S HEALTH SYSTEMDESTROYING BY IT'S END 354 OF LIBERIA 550 MEDICAL FACILITIES. TODAY, LIBERIA'S HEALTH INFRASTRUCTURE IS DANGEROUSLY UNDERDEVELOPED. JONH F. KENNDY MEDICAL CENTER ONE OF THE LEADIND HOSPITAL IS SHAMBLES DUE TO HIGHLY UNREALISTIC MAINTENANCE, REDEMPTION HOSPITAL, ANOTHER IMPORTANT HEALTH FACILITY IN MONROVIA, THE BUILDING SUFFERED FROM DARK AND LABYRINTHINE CORRIDORS, IT'S WELL STAINED WITHJ WATER, AND IT'S FLOORS AND CEILINGS SHOWING SIGN OF DILAPIDATION.
Transmission of Ebola virus in Liberia is already intense and the number of new cases is increasing exponentially; 14th of the 15th counties have now reported confirmed cases, 152 health care workers have been infected, and 79 have died.Of all Ebola affected countries, Liberia has the highest cumulative number of reported cases and deaths, On September, to nearly two thousand cases and more than one thousand deaths The case Fatality rate, at 58%, is among the highest.
CDC: EBOLA COULD INFECT 1.4million in Liberia and Sierra Leone the end of Januery 2015. The virus could potentially infect 1.4 million people in Liberia and Sierra Leone by the end of January, according to the statical forecast by the Center for Disease Control and prevention published Tuesday. That number came just hours after a report in the NEW ENGLAND JOURNAL OF MEDICINE warned that the epidemic might never be fully controlled and that the virus could becoms endemic, crippling civic life in the affected countries and presenting an ongoing threating of spreading elsewhere. This is man report, if we all work together, we cao beat this Ebola Virus. Let us put God first in firghting this Ebola Virus.
Join us for another contagious episode of the RINO Hour of Power with your host Rick Moran and co host tonight Jazz Shaw.
The World Health Organization recently announced that by December, they expect to be seeing 10,000 Ebola cases a month in West Africa. Liberia announced last week that they have no more beds available for Ebola patients and would instruct family members how to care for those afflicted.
And in America, protocols that were supposed to prevent the disease from spreading failed. Can the virus be stopped before a worldwide pandemic takes place? We'll ask Dr. Paul Hsieh, a faculty member of Stony View Medical School in Colorado and a frequent author of medical related articles. Also joining us will be Jazz Shaw of Hot Air.
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