RIA Novosti cites the Atlantic Council’s Africa Center for hosting an event about the threat of the Ebola virus: 

A paradigm shift is needed at the World Health Organization (WHO), which was under-resourced and not prepared for the Ebola outbreak, Bockari Kortu Stevens, Ambassador from Sierra Leone to the United States said.

“So maybe there should be a paradigm shift here to get the WHO, perhaps, to be ready for these kinds of emergencies,” said Ambassador Stevens in brief remarks at the Atlantic Council Thursday.

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