In Guinea, a monitoring program found 59 Ebola survivors died after hospital discharge — the majority seem to have suffered renal failure.
The Democratic Republic of the Congo is struggling with one of the world's largest measles outbreaks this year, complicating the Ebola response.
Winnie Byanyima is selected as the next UNAIDS executive director, and new treatments for Ebola and drug-resistant TB provide breakthroughs.
With the third case of Ebola confirmed in the Congolese city of Goma, across the border in Rwanda's Rubavu District, we ask Dyrckx Dushime of the Rwanda Red Cross about how the country is preparing.
More traditional health crisis response work is needed to get all at-risk people tested and infected people treated swiftly, WHO experts said during a U.N. press briefing on Thursday.
As donors come under pressure to up their commitments, the World Bank, European Union, and USAID have committed to additional funding to the Ebola crisis days after the outbreak in DRC was declared a global public health emergency.
"Give us a quick shopping list of how we can help you," Sen. Lindsey Graham told U.S. administration officials at a Senate Foreign Relations subcommittee hearing that touched on funding, leadership, and security concerns hampering the Ebola response.
DRC's health minister resigned Monday, raising concerns about the management of the Ebola response and the use of an experimental vaccine.
WHO's decision to declare the Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo as a public health emergency could help raise extra funds for the crisis — but it also comes with risks.
Recent events, from the spread of the disease in Goma to the murder of two Ebola health workers, led experts to recommend WHO declare the outbreak a global health emergency, one year into the DRC Ebola outbreak.
It was not designed as a pledging event, but response actors were hoping the high-level meeting would lead donors to step up their financial support for the Ebola fight in DRC.
With a confirmed case of Ebola in a major urban center, Devex speaks with Dr. Emanuele Capobianco, global director of health and care at IFRC, about the significance of the case.
The Ebola outbreak in the Democratic Republic of the Congo is nearly a year old, claiming more than 1,600 lives. We look at aid agencies' calls for a "reset" in the response.
Ebola has a fatality rate of up to 93% for pregnant women but approval processes mean it has taken 10 months for the life-saving vaccine to reach them.
Now the U.N. has appointed a coordinator for the Ebola response, the U.S. government hopes to see a new strategic plan.
Ebola has crossed the border into Uganda. Devex Managing Editor Deborah Charles speaks to Augustin Augier, director-general of ALIMA, and Jenny Lei Ravelo, global health journalist, on how organizations are responding to the latest outbreak.
After visiting the Ebola response in DRC, USAID Administrator Mark Green said the key to containing the virus is for humanitarian responders to increase the transparency of their operations.
Regulatory delays have stalled production of the Ebola virus vaccine, just as health responders seek to broaden their vaccination campaign to reach more people and prevent the outbreak from crossing borders.
Speaking with Devex, Dr. Joanne Liu, international president of MSF, says communities in DRC have been left behind, creating failure in the Ebola response — and blames a growing security mindset where countries only choose to assist when they feel threatened.
A new report helps draw attention to what may have been a neglected part of the Ebola response in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, a country with over 200 spoken languages.