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The Ebola Crisis
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On this week's episode, we will discuss the Ebola crisis in Africa, what can be done to stop it, and how to improve the healthcare systems in the countries that are effected by it. Our guests are former Liberty Part Chair Mr. Israel Akinsanya and Mr. Musa Willie, founder and CEO of Education Care Africa.
Episode Segments:
The International View: The Ebola Crisis

Mr. Akinsanya and Mr. Willie explain the origins of the Ebola virus, how it spreads, and how it is impacting the nations of Africa. They will also discuss their encounters with those who have been exposed to the virus, and what can be done to remove the stigma surrounding it.
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Guest(s) Appearing on this Episode
Musa Willie
Mr. Willie is a Humanitarian and Social Justice Advocate. He is the founder and Executive Director of Education Care Africa; a USA based charity organization that provide logistics and safe learning environment for primary schools in Liberia. He is also well known social media commentator whose writings have made significant change in the lives of many young people.

Education Care Africa

Israel Montgomery-Akinsanya
Born in Lamco, Buchanan, Grand Bassa in 1969, Israel Montgomery-Akinsanya shot to fame as the robust and erudite chairman of the opposition Liberty Party, a position he served in from 2005-2011. Regarded as an architect of the Party’s forward-thinking and reformist policies, he is considered one of the rising stars in the post war political landscape of Liberia. He is respected for his incisive analysis on national issues. His willingness to provide alternative solutions to national quandaries catapulted him to national prominence and cemented his position as a patriotic and progressive politician. He led the party to vital by-elections victories and also featured heavily in collaborations with other political parties