This Billionaire Donates His wealth to Fight Ebola virus?

Chicago - Ebola has become a deadly virus and threatens communities in West Africa. Not surprisingly, the emergence of this virus sparked sympathy action all around the world, including CO-Founder of Microsoft, Paul Allen.
Reviewed through the page of Forbes, Paul announced it would donate his wealth of US $ 100 million to fight against Ebola outbreak. The funds will be used for the training of medical personnel as well as for their supplies in endemic regions like Liberia ebola.

"CO-Founder of Microsoft Paul Allen  engaged in combat with the ebola during the summer, accounted for more than US $ 20 million to organizations such as the American Red Cross, UNICEF, and the CDC Foundation," the report said. 

Paul action, following the other fellow billionaire who has done charity movement. Previously, the founder of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg with his wife Pricilia Chan announced, will contribute US $ 25 million. Then Bill Gates and his wife Melinda Gates donates US $ 50 million.

Aliko Dangote one of the richest peoples in Africa with other African rich man also has donated his fortune to face the Ebola virus.

Planned that, in Paul's humanitarian action will also provide some means of transportation to evacuate the unit medical officer ebola infected. He will also work closely with the University of Massachusetts Medical School to train medical personnel and provides laboratory equipment for the hospital.

As known, through the WHO health organization data contained almost 10,000 cases of Ebola in Guinea, Liberia and Sieerra Leone where 4,800 peoples are confirmed dead.

"Ebola virus does not like health of crisis we have ever experienced," pungas Paul.

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