Report: MSF supported research on Ebola
Marking the two years anniversary of the declaration of the West-Africa Ebola outbreak, MSF has published a review of its Ebola-related research carried out in Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia, including clinical, epidemiological and anthropological research.
During the outbreak, MSF cared for more patients than any other organization, which places us in a unique position to use medical data to answer questions on Ebola infection, its case management and the perception around it. Today still, MSF continues to work on data analyses and to publish its results.
This report provides a comprehensive view of lessons learnt during the longest Ebola epidemic recorded, as well as to show how MSF invests in field-driven research for impact.