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noted that FDP is in no way disturbed by the action of INEC, they kill and they leave unchallenged. they told him that they were not mobilize and that their allowances had not been paid. He knew the Psalms by heart. he said. the gunmen overpowered the police who took to their heels and abandoned the station before it was finally burnt down. Meanwhile, 31."The board may discuss those options with Stenehjem next month,”.

Nobody wins always.org.S. he didn’t think it would be the last time he would see 10 of his family membersThis July Bility received a phone call from a relative and learned that the Ebola outbreak that began in March in neighboring Guinea had spread to Barkedu and 20 people in Bility’s hometown quickly contracted it“Everybody was panicking in the town because of how everyone was dying” he saidSince that time Bility said he constantly fears that he will continue to hear more bad newsBut he and other Africans in Grand Forks are trying to helpMembers of the nonprofit United African Community they’re raising awareness of Ebola and sending money and supplies home to help those fighting the epidemicSpreading factsAlthough the US is not currently at risk of an Ebola outbreak some Africans in Grand Forks still deal with the fear of what is happening back homeEbola is estimated to be fatal in more than 50 percent of all cases Since the outbreak began in March the disease is reported to have infected 2615 and is suspected to have killed 1425 according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Liberia where the disease is suspected of killing 624 is one of the hardest hit Other hard hit countries include Guinea Sierra Leone and Nigeria“It’s so disruptive” said Alexander Azenkeng who is from Cameroon and the president of the United African Community “Family members are so scared something is going to happen Just that fear element is traumatizing even if you are well”Gathered in the UAC office at South Washington Street and 24th Avenue South former and past presidents of the organization talked about actions they are taking to combat the epidemic from approximately 7000 miles awayOne of the group’s major priorities is helping to educate Africans back home about the nature of the diseaseGeorge Massaquoi who moved to Grand Forks from Liberia six years ago and is the president of the Grand Forks Liberian Community said he tries to emphasize how Ebola is spread Ebola can only be contracted through contact with bodily fluids which makes it easier to contain than an airborne virusMassaquoi said this is important knowledge because many African cultural practices such as hand-washing the bodies of the dead and caring for one’s own sick involve bodily contact and have perhaps exacerbated the spread of EbolaBut the high level of contagiousness and deadliness of Ebola is not the only problem“Ebola is a very difficult disease to deal with” said Reginald Tarr former UAC president who moved to Grand Forks from Liberia 11 years agoEbola is only contagious when an infected person has a fever but it can take up to 21 days for a fever to develop By that time a person might not associate the fever with Ebola and therefore might not limit contact with othersPreparednessThe UAC is not the only group raising awareness The state of North Dakota is telling those traveling to or from West Africa that they too are at risk“Here in North Dakota it starts with education — educating the general public educating individuals and educating medical providers and then making sure they have everything they need to enact all the precautions” said Kirby Kruger the director of disease control with the state Department of HealthTo achieve this end the department held a series of live video conferences for healthcare professionals higher-education personnel business leaders and the general public to educate them on the nature of EbolaAzenkeng who works as a research scientist at UND’s Energy & Environmental Research Center said the university has sent out emails spreading awareness of the disease in case students or faculty have travelled to West Africa recently or are planning on doing soTaking action“We can all talk all we want about Ebola but what are we going to do about it” Tarr asked “We are all impacted every day”In addition to educating people on how to prevent the spread of Ebola the UAC is also sending food supplies and money back to LiberiaWhen Massaquoi heard that his brother back home was sick he sent extra money so he could go to the hospital Luckily he didn’t have Ebola and seems to have recoveredThe UAC also contacted the state of North Dakota which allowed them to use a warehouse in Fargo to store donationsGabriel Merchant who is also from Liberia and has two master’s degrees from UND pulled out a handwritten list of things the UAC is trying to collect to send to Liberia: latex gloves hand sanitizer intravenous fluids rehydration salts and other medical supplies that can help those caring for patients with EbolaBility said they are also trying to collect food to send because the price of rice has doubled or tripled since the outbreak especially since neighboring countries are limiting traffic into and out of Liberia to help contain the EbolaStretched thinHe said it’s hard not to feel bad when he compares his current situation with what is going on in his hometown In a town as small as Barkedu facilities for treating the sick are overwhelmed by the Ebola outbreak“I went there last year and took photos of the little clinic It’s just the size of this room” Bility said spreading his arms to indicate the two-desk UAC office around himWhen Bility was in Barkedu he drove a woman in his hometown to the hospital The town didn’t have an ambulance at the time but was finally able to purchase one after a five-year projectWithout a car or ambulance people have had to resort to using homemade stretchers Azenkeng said that sometimes in small villages in Cameroon people would carry their sick as far as 10 or 15 miles on hammocks to get them to clinics or treatment centersThe combination of scarce resources and the rampant Ebola epidemic has the UAC doing everything it can to send supplies to friends family and fellow Liberians fighting the outbreak“Before the Ebola crisis people lived on a dollar or less a day” Massaquoi said “The Ebola crisis has exacerbated the situation It’s a terrible situation” he said “Every single 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