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There is new update on this disease becominh mainstream, however the USAID funding will tend to improve the research and change this.

Ebola virus disease in Nigeria occurred in 2014, a small part of the epidemic of Ebola virus disease (commonly known as “Ebola”) beginning in Guinea that represented the first outbreak of the disease in a West African country. Previous outbreaks had been confined to countries in Central Africa.[1]

West African Outbreak[edit]

On 25 March 2014, the World Health Organization (WHO) reported that Guinea’s Ministry of Health had reported an outbreak of Ebola virus disease in four southeastern districts, with suspected cases in the neighbouring countries of Liberia and Sierra Leone being investigated. In Guinea, a total of 86 suspected cases, including 59 deaths had been reported as of 24 March.[2]

Researchers generally believe that a one-year-old boy,[3] later identified as Emile Ouamouno, who died in December 2013 in the village of MeliandouGuéckédou PrefectureGuinea, was the index case of the Ebola virus disease epidemic.[4][5] His mother, sister, and grandmother then became ill with similar symptoms and also died. People infected by those initial cases spread the disease to other villages.[6][7]

Although Ebola represents a major public health issue in sub-Saharan Africa, no cases had ever been reported in West Africa and the early cases were diagnosed as other diseases more common to the area. Thus, the disease had several months to spread before it was recognized as Ebola.[5][6]

Outbreak successfully contained[edit]

 

Nigerian health care workers at a training event, August 2014

On 9 October 2014, the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) acknowledged Nigeria’s positive role in controlling the effort to contain the Ebola outbreak. “We wish to thank the Federal Ministry of Health, Abuja, Nigeria, and the staff of the Ebola Emergency Centre who coordinated the management of cases, containment of outbreaks and treatment protocols in Nigeria.” Nigeria’s quick responses, including intense and rapid contact tracing, surveillance of potential contacts, and isolation of all contacts were of particular importance in controlling and limiting the outbreak, according to the ECDC.[12] Complimenting Nigeria’s successful efforts to control the outbreak, “the usually measured WHO declared the feat ‘a piece of world-class epidemiological detective work’.”[13]

The WHO’s representative in Nigeria officially declared Nigeria to be Ebola free on 20 October after no new active cases were reported in the follow up contacts, stating it was a “spectacular success story”.[14]

Relief contributions to West Africa Was Well Coordinated.

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-africa-29696011

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