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Infection Control Initiative

 First Lady of Guinea briefed on MedShare's response to Ebola outbreak during visit to Atlanta National Office

 Her Excellency Madame Djene Conde (center), the First Lady of the Republic of Guinea, and members of her official delegation are briefed on MedShare's work by CEO and President Charles Redding (left) and Vice President for Corporate and International Relations Nell Diallo (right).


 A resurgence of the deadly Ebola virus continues to claim lives in the West African countries of GUINEA, LIBERIA, SIERRA LEONE (see map on right) and now NIGERIA. Many of the communities affected are those MedShare continues to serve with medical supplies and equipment. Our thoughts and prayers go out to all of those impacted by this deadly disease.

The World Health Organization (WHO) has reported that
the current Ebola virus outbreak, which began six months ago,
is now the deadliest on record. 

The news of the death of Dr. Sheik Umar Khan, a MedShare partner and one of Sierra Leone's most respected health professionals, after contracting the Ebola virus, has deepened our commitment to this urgent mission.

We hope you will support our work to assist healthcare professionals in West Africa working tirelessly to treat and prevent the spread of the Ebola virus.

   Please click on the button below to make a donation of your choice.
Thank you. Your gift will help us save lives.


When disaster strikes, MedShare stands ready to respond to those in need.

From disasters like the earthquakes in Haiti and Chile, cholera outbreaks in Zimbabwe, drought and famine in East Africa, and the devastating Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, MedShare is often called on for help in collaboration with our nongovernmental and medical mission team partners and our corporate and hospital donors.

You can help by donating to our Urgent Humanitarian Relief Program

Our Shipments to Ebola-affected areas

MedShare has shipped 40-foot containers of medical supplies and equipment over the past 15 years to communities in need in Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone.

Click here to see more detail on those and all of our shipments.

MedShare Responds

To see how MedShare humanitarian aid has made a difference in responding to previous disasters, click on the links below:

Rebuilding after Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines

Humanitarian Aid after Earthquake in Haiti

Tsunami Relief in the South Pacific

Rebuilding Healthcare Systems in Afghanistan

Cholera Treatment in Zimbabwe

For more information

If you would like to know if a specific need is being supported by MedShare or would like instructions on how to wire funds or transfer gifts or stock, please contact:

Lane Conville-Canney, Development Manager, 404-537-5079,

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