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The Winner Of The $1 Million TED Prize Is Bringing Health Care To The World's Most Remote Communities.

If you live in a remote village in Liberia and you get sick, seeing a doctor might involve a canoe ride down a river and two days of walking through the rainforest. Clinics are similarly hard to reach for roughly a billion people around the world. The winner of this year’s $1 million TED Prize–Rajesh ...

- Fast Company - US

A Harvard doctor just won $1 million for a project that could prevent the next deadly pandemic.

Last Mile Health Before the Ebola virus ravaged West Africa, killing thousands and leaving entire towns reeling, it started small. The virus wound its way out of a rainforest-adjacent village in Guinea and spread through other rural areas in Liberia and Sierra Leone, going undetected for months. By the time the world ...

- Business Insider - US

After Ebola, Liberians slowly embrace mental health care.

Drawn-out deaths. Communities torn apart. Survivor's guilt. Patrick Fallah says his memories of the days when the Ebola virus swept through Liberia are so awful that he sometimes has trouble focusing on the present.

- Stars and Stripes - US

After Ebola, Liberians Slowly Embrace Mental Health Care.

Drawn-out deaths. Communities torn apart. Survivor's guilt. Patrick Fallah says his memories of the days when the Ebola virus swept through Liberia are so awful that he sometimes has trouble focusing on the present. "Sometimes when I have a flashback of the death of my son and others who died in the Ebola treatment unit, I ...

- Voice of America - US

After Ebola, Liberians slowly embrace mental health care.

MONROVIA, Liberia " Drawn-out deaths. Communities torn apart. Survivor's guilt. Patrick Fallah says his memories of the days when the Ebola virus swept through Liberia are so awful that he sometimes has trouble focusing on the...

- The New Zealand Herald - NZ

After Ebola, Liberians slowly embrace mental health care.

MONROVIA, Liberia — Drawn-out deaths. Communities torn apart. Survivor's guilt. Patrick Fallah says his memories of the days when the Ebola...

- Townhall.com - US

Dutch court jails Charles Taylor arms supplier for 19 years.

A Dutch court has found a businessman guilty of arms smuggling and aiding war crimes in Liberia and neighboring countries. Guus Kouwenhoven was sentenced to 19 years in prison.

- Deutsche Welle - DE

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