“For each Ebola patient, we need at least 150 litres of water”


Published on Nov 12, 2014

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“For each Ebola patient to be fully cared for, we need at least 150 litres of water. That is 10 times what a normal Liberian gets as of now,” says UNICEF Water and Sanitation Specialist Michael Forson. “We are building a new Ebola treatment unit here; this Ebola treatment unit is necessary because the existing ones are already full, but that means the necessary need for water to care for them. That is where UNICEF comes in.”

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