'Ebola Fighters' named as TIME Person of the Year 2014
December 11, 2014
by Christina Craig
Each year, TIME Magazine names a "Person of the Year," recognizing one of the year's most influential newsmakers, and their story. In light of the ongoing coverage of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa, this year TIME has chosen to recognize those who have so selflessly responded to the outbreak: The Ebola Fighters. The article highlights a number of individuals who have been involved in the response, including physicians, nurses, caregivers, directors, and scientists.
IANPHI is proud of its member National Public Health Institutes (NPHIs) whose work as Ebola Fighters has been important to containing the outbreak and preventing further spread. Learn more about what NPHIs are doing to fight and prevent Ebola in Guinea, Tanzania, Canada, Cameroon, and more.
Read the full TIME article here>> TIME Person of the Year 2014