On 6 November 2018, the United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggested the current Ebola outbreak in North Kivu and Ituri Provinces of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) might not be contained due to lack of cooperation from local communities and an unstable security situation. Assertions such as these have driven the Global Health Security Alliance, an independent network of internationals experts, to distribute a commentary about the “Ebola Outbreak in the DRC.” Driven by the shared understanding that health and security issues have increasing and interrelated global impacts, the Alliance separates facts from hyperboles in this informative document on this international public health threat.
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The Global Health Security Alliance
The Global Health Security Alliance is an independent network of international experts from policy, academics, security and private sectors, driven by the shared understanding that health andsecurity issues have increasing and interrelated global impacts which require a transnational and multisectoral approach for mitigation. The GloHSA vision is for an effective, universal interconnection of diverse stakeholders dedicated to solving global health security challenges, particularly focused on protecting and strengthening health systems as a core function of society.