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Ebola Defeats Africa’s Fragile Health System

ebola defeat africaBRUSSELS, October 14, 2014 - Poverty, lack of education and poor health facilities, are the prime factors which make the control of any outbreak of epidemic in Africa a big challenge.

Africa is likely to suffer a disease anytime, before World Health Organization finds a solution to prevent or control the epidemic, because poverty alleviation is only a dream of illusion than reality.

For those in advanced countries, Africa means famine, war, tribal conflict, unstable government and corruption. While life goes on daily amidst these problems, deadly diseases hide at the corner, waiting for any opportunity to strike, and when a disease strikes, the result is always disastrous, because of poor health facilities and financial difficulty.

Africa is known to have a number of deadly diseases, such as Syphilis, Tetanus, Meningitis, Measles, Whooping Cough, Tuberculosis, Diarrhea, HIV/AIDS and Malaria. Vaccines for some of these diseases have saved lives, but unlike HIV/Aids and Ebola, which currently have no cure, no treatment and vaccine, the need for everyone to get worried is necessary, as the affected countries in West Africa get worse, while the spread of the disease to Advanced countries can be imminent, despite the serious checkups and controls at airports and borders.

Ebola is spreading at an alarming rate than expected. Five new cases is reported in every hour in Sierra Leone, according to figures released as world leaders and experts on disease control gathered in London to discuss the outbreak. The organization ‘Save the Children’ made it known that 765 new cases were recorded last week, but only 327 hospital beds serve the patients.

The question is before Ebola virus is subdued or vaccine found, how many people would the disease take to their untimely grave? According to former UN Secretary General, Kofi Annan, between 1999 and 2000 more people died of AIDS in Africa than in all the wars on the continent and still claiming lives, making the Ebola outbreak a hopeless situation in Africa.

Advanced countries can’t ignore Africa. Africa needs help to fight this deadly Ebola virus and the Aids pandemic. In the year 2000, it is estimated that 24 million Africans were infected with HIV/AIDS virus.  Many are already dead and gone to the grave. According AIDS health magazine each day, 6,000 Africans die from AIDS and additional 11,000 are infected. The need to save Africa from HIV/AIDS and Ebola is very urgent to avoid spreading to other countries around the world.


Written by Joel Savage/Brussels

Photo: Victim of Ebola, courtesy of Liberia media.

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