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Liberia was the epicenter of the 2014 Ebola outbreak that claimed more than 11,000 lives across West Africa. The epidemic highlighted the importance of strong health systems to tackle emergencies and address new threats to global health security. Global Fund investments are supporting the country’s efforts to rebuild a health system that was overwhelmed by Ebola, which also interrupted prevention and treatment for malaria, HIV and tuberculosis, and increased the number of deaths from these diseases. The Global Fund partnership is supporting Liberia to plug gaps in health care delivery, including financial management, procurement, supply and management of medical and pharmaceutical products, health information systems, monitoring and evaluation, and service delivery. Investments are also supporting the construction of a Central Medical Store and the training of health workers in the country.
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