A conference involving world leaders meeting in Brussels aims to mobilise efforts to put an end to the Ebola outbreak in Africa.
The gathering is organised by the European Union and seeks to sustain the international momentum in the fight against the virus. The conference also discusses ways to help the affected countries revive their economies.
West African leaders have said that a real recovery will require what they described as a Marshall Plan.
But could the money allocated during this conference be of any significant help? And what does it take to prevent a new Ebola outbreak?
Presenter: Sami Zeidan
Salifu Mamudu - Liberia Country Director for Oxfam.
Jonathan Rosenthal - Africa Editor for the Economist.
Pieter Desloovere - Spokesman for the World Health Organisation in Sierra Leone.
Source: Al Jazeera