WCS’s Wildlife Health & Health Policy Program was the subject of an in-depth front-page article in the March 20th edition of the Washington Post. The article profiles WCS's frontlines work on Ebola in the Congo, as chronicled during a field visit by Washington Post Africa Bureau Chief, Kevin Sieff, and an accompanying photographer. WCS’s ongoing work to prevent Ebola from impacting great apes and people has been generously supported by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service; the Arcus Foundation (www.arcusfoundation.org); the Paul G. Allen Family Foundation; the United States Agency for International Development’s Emerging Pandemic Threats PREDICT program; the U.S. National Institutes of Health, and others. To read the article, click on this link: http://www.washingtonpost.com/world/africa/deep-in-the-rain-forest-hunting-for-the-next-ebola-outbreak/2015/03/19/c1cba80e-b78c-11e4-bc30-a4e75503948a_story.html
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