It is crystal clear that Nigeria for a long period of time has been faced with myriads of epidemic diseases such as HIV, and AIDS, malaria and Ebola. The US government through its various agencies and programs has put in place measures to curb and prevent the spread of these life threatening diseases. So far a lot has been accomplished with the Ebola virus having been contained but there is still more to be done. This policy is extremely important because it has not only aided in the saving of many lives but it has also made the country be adequately prepared to combat future epidemics’.
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