Concern welcomes Cabinet decision to send members of the Irish Defence Forces to Sierra Leone to help combat Ebola

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Concern welcomes Cabinet decision to send members of the Irish Defence Forces to Sierra Leone to help combat Ebola

12 November 2014

Concern Worldwide, Ireland’s largest humanitarian organisation, today welcomed the announcement that Ireland would send members of the Defence Forces to Sierra Leone to help combat Ebola.

Welcoming the announcement today, Concern CEO, Dominic MacSorley said:

Ireland continues to show leadership in the fight against Ebola and the members of the defence forces will bring valuable expertise in the areas of logistics and engineering to help combat this disease.

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Concern welcomes Cabinet decision to send members of the Irish Defence Forces to Sierra Leone to help combat Ebola

Concern Worldwide, Ireland’s largest humanitarian organisation, today welcomed the announcement that Ireland would send members of the Defence Forces to Sierra Leone to help combat Ebola.
  • Concern worldwide welcomes the cabinet decision to send members of the irish defence forces to sierra leone to help combat ebola