Ebola countries 'need help fast', says UN
The head of the UN mission for Ebola emergency response (UNMEER) has told the BBC that the worst is still to come, following a tour of the most severely affected countries.
He said resources have started to trickle in but the pace is still too slow.
The UN has said it needs about a billion dollars, but to date, they have only received commitments for less than half of that.
Anthony Banbury spoke to Anne Soy at the UNMEER warehouse in Accra.
27 Oct 2014
- From the section Africa