Ebola affected families undergoing registration for cash disbursement and business skills development training. CC BY-NC-ND / ICRC / Varney Bawn
The ICRC continued to help Liberian authorities respond to humanitarian needs while strengthening the capacities of different national institutions.
In 2016, we visited detainees, distributed non-food items and provided clinics with essential drugs. Our teams also provided financial support to the families affected by Ebola and promoted international humanitarian law and humanitarian principles.
Highlights of our work in Liberia between January and August 2016
|Visited 2,200 detainees to ensure decent treatment and improved living conditions|
|Helped restore family links with 280 phone calls to family members|
|4,060 people accessed water and improved sanitation through the construction of 11 wells|
|1,700 families affected by Ebola received direct cash support|
|965 security agency officers received basic first aid training|
For more information, read the full update on our work in Liberia.