Updated on 31 October 2014
Since the outbreak, China has donated $41mn worth emergency relief to Africa
Singapore: As the Ebola epidemic across the west African nations is showing no healing signs, member nations have rushed to the rescue.
China has recently unveiled the details of its fourth batch of relief aid worth $ 82 million to help the African countries fight against the Ebola virus. The country's spokesman of Ministry of Commerce said that the latest relief package included sending health experts to the Ebola epicenter, as well as sending medical equipment and relief materials.
The Ministry also said that the country was planning to build a 100-bed treatment center equipped with highly qualified personnel in Liberia. The country has also announced a donation of $6 mn to the UN Ebola Response Multi-Partner Trust Fund to aid relief efforts.
China also plans to spread awareness about the infectious disease in Africa and announced the launch of a program comprising of 12 training sessions for the Africans on public health and epidemic control.
Since the outbreak, China has donated $41mn worth emergency relief to Africa in order to enable the countries curb the outbreak.