IMF policies blamed for Ebola spread in West Africa

BBC News:

Spending cuts imposed by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) may have contributed to the rapid spread of Ebola in three West African states, UK-based researchers say.

It had led to “under-funded, insufficiently staffed, and poorly prepared health systems” in Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea, they said.

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A sign board showing directions to the Lumley Government Hospital, where medical doctor Olivet Buck worked before contracting the Ebola virus and passing away on Saturday near the city of Freetown, Sierra Leone, 15 September 2014

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  1. At least the IMF and other foreign Western Christian counties have tried to help by building schools and hospitals in the first place. Where is all the Finical input from Muslim countries or not even that as quoted on your site the rich Muslims would rather build Mosques rather than schools to stop the spread of Christianity “This happens often! The wealthy Arab builds a mosque for himself or one of his parents of his friend.

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    “Then Katani says Muslims should build schools before mosques, in order to build the worshipper (Muslim) before the building. Why? To stop the the dangerous “Christian missionary octopus”

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    http://www.themuslimtimes.org/2012/04/religion/islam/six-million-african-muslims-convert-to-christianity-each-year

    So why doesn’t the mega rich African Muslims help out in there own country instead of asking for hand outs. it reads pretty simple to me and thats because they are seen as worthless infidels and as the Qur’an teaches only thos religions that can pay homage to Islam are allowed to practice.

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