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Liberia is a low-income country, which was recently devastated by the Ebola outbreak that killed more than 4,800 people. The outbreak was especially aggravated by weak health systems in the county. The disease had a serious effect on other diseases including AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria by disrupting prevention and treatment programs and overwhelming health systems. One Ebola’s cruel legacies in the country was the death of numerous health workers. Liberia will require significant support from the international community to recover from the impact of the Ebola crisis and to advance the response against AIDS, tuberculosis and malaria – three of the most deadly diseases.

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