It is very remarkable that we have many philanthropists as well as health workers who have been combating against the ravage of Ebola. Government is highly appreciating these efforts as all the supports they are providing is really commendable. In the situation of this fatal disease, Facebook’s effort and contribution has set a mark, which is very helpful. In order to lend a hand a hand towards several health care programs conducing by Government, Facebook stepped forward and designed a button which has been added on its official page. Charities can make their contributions for the battle against Ebola through this button. It is the sole humble objective of this supportivemission in an easier manner.
NetHope, a nonprofit organization tied up with the top social media firm Facebook has innovated this new idea in this modern world of internet. These two companies have donated and organized over terminals of more than hundred satellite communication. Together, this standis taken by both the companies to boost up phone services as well as internet to the Ebola affected regions in West Africa. In the whole outbreak of this disease, more than 5000 people got killed and over thousands were being diagnosed.
The program got started when he CEO of Facebook Mark Zuckerberg along with his wife Priscilla Chan donated an amount of $25 million to the CDCP (Centers for Disease Control and Prevention) last month to fight against the deadly disease of Ebola.
The nonprofit companies to which you can donate your aids are- International Medical Corps, The Red Crescent Societies and the International Federation of Red Cross to save people of West Africa. There is an option available on the page by which you can contribute your support to any of the three mentioned organization. These charitable trusts are working by their full strength for the treatment of Ebola.
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