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Aid organizations step in to boost health systems ravaged by Ebola




Door-to-door public education on Ebola in Sierra Leone.
Door-to-door public education on Ebola in Sierra Leone.
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As the conversation surrounding Ebola in the U.S. focuses on states' quarantine policies, aid workers in West Africa continue their work to stop the spread of the disease at its source.

National and international staff with Catholic Relief Services (CRS) are based in the region, so the quarantine policies in the U.S. are less of a concern, but significant challenges remain.

CRS's Michael Stulman joins Take Two to discuss the broad impact Ebola is having on health systems, education and the economy in Sierra Leone and Liberia.