Response to Ebola: Mapping Religious Networks and FIOs

Author: Crystal Corman

October 8, 2014

As the Ebola virus disease has spread in West Africa, various actors have responded at the national, international, and grassroots levels. Several religious communities and faith-inspired organizations have been vital in this response, providing support ranging from medical supplies, psychosocial counseling, community awareness, and food assistance. WFDD and the Berkley Center have initiated a mapping of the engagement of faith actors and organizations in the Ebola crisis with the aim to illustrate examples and bring awareness to the potential to work with establish religious leaders, networks, and communities.

Updated on February 10, 2015.

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