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The government of the Republic of Korea will provide humanitarian assistance worth 300,000 US dollars to Sierra Leone, which sustained massive damage from landslides caused by heavy rains in the country’s capital of Freetown on August 14.
1 . The first batch of the Korea Disaster Response Team (KDRT) (nine private-sector and military doctors and nurses) dispatched to Sierra Leone to fight Ebola returned home on January 26 after successfully completing its medical activities in the country for four weeks.
1. The government of the Republic of Korea, having tentatively chosen Sierra Leone as the country to dispatch a medical team to for the fight against the Ebola epidemic, will send an interagency advance team to the country. During its visit to the country from November 13 through 21, the advance team will look into the current Ebola‐related situation in the country and prepare for the dispatch of the medical personnel.
1 Foreign Minister Yun Byung-se attended the High-level Meeting on Response to the Ebola Virus Disease Outbreak held at the UN headquarters on September 25 on the sidelines of the 69th session of the UN General Assembly. At the meeting, he announced the plan of the government of the Republic of Korea to contribute an additional five million US dollars in humanitarian assistance to help prevent the further spread of the Ebola virus.
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