Canadian donations bringing help, hope to Ebola survivors
Samaritan’s Purse developing leaders, teaching vocational skills. Read more...
A Brighter Future for Ebola Widows
Samaritan’s Purse cares for those left behind by the deadly disease. Read more...
Post-Ebola Leadership Training for Liberia's Communities
Townspeople receive Bible-based guidance to help with recovery after Ebola.. Read more...
Ebola: One Year Later
As cases of Ebola dwindle in Liberia, Samaritan’s Purse gears up for recovery.. Read more...
Ebola Fighters: The Kauffeldts
The Ebola Virus epidemic in West Africa created many accidental heroes. The Kauffeldts are among them. Working with Samaritan's Purse in Liberia, they are learning from Ebola's harsh lessons.. Read more...
Ebola virus disease is a deadly hemorrhagic fever rampaging across West Africa. The current unprecedented outbreak has already claimed thousands of lives and is a threat to millions more.
Samaritan’s Purse is aggressively responding in Liberia, where we have had a country office for more than a decade, through our Ebola Community Protection Program.
For $40, you can supply hygiene kits to four families to help prevent infections.
For $150, you can provide protective clothing and other essentials for home-based interventions.
For $1,000, you can help Samaritan’s Purse continue responding to the Ebola crisis by educating and equipping Liberians to fight the deadly virus.
Click here to make a donation.
Samaritan's Purse is providing hygiene training along with infection prevention and control kits to affected communities. The ministry also offers home-based caregiver training and materials. In two areas, we have constructed community care centers that can provide supportive treatment as an interim step before going to an Ebola treatment unit. To support these various efforts, we have airlifted nearly 200 tons of relief supplies to Liberia since October.
Through a massive public education campaign, which included thousands of church leaders, we have already provided potentially life-saving information to more than 1 million people, directly or indirectly, through a variety of events and media.