MSNBC Interview on the Melissa Harris-Perry Show about Ebola in Sierra Leone

Eric Talbert, Executive Director of EMERGENCY USA, was interviewed on the Melissa Harris-Perry Show about the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone and the impact its had on the EMERGENCY surgical and pediatric hospital near the capital city of Freetown. In this MSNBC segment hosted by Melissa Harris-Perry, Eric mentions the importance of a human rights based approach to medicine and public health in areas devastated by war as well as the financial investment being made to protect the EMERGENCY staff and hospital from Ebola. The EMERGENCY Surgical Center is the main trauma referral center for the entire country of Sierra Leone and is open 24 hours a day 7 days a week.

Click here to watch the video that aired live nationwide on Saturday, August 9th.

Goderich Hospital

If you would like to help EMERGENCY USA protect our staff and hospital in Sierra Leone from Ebola, in order from them to be able to continue to provide high-standard free-of-charge medical care to the people of Sierra Leone, please click here to donate now.

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