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Ebola: Drop the Debt

Tell the IMF and World Bank to drop the debt for countries fighting Ebola.

 Vendors struggle with plummeting sales and rising cost of transporting goods to the market in West Point after the Ebola Outbreak and quarantine took effect in Liberia (United Nations Development Programme / Flickr).


Vendors struggle with plummeting sales and rising cost of transporting goods to the market in West Point after the Ebola Outbreak and quarantine took effect in Liberia (United Nations Development Programme / Flickr).

UPDATE – 5 February 2015

The IMF has today announced $100 million of debt cancellation for Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, meaning they will not need to make debt payments to the IMF for the next 2-4 years. Read our press release >>

However, there are still $11 million of debt payments to the World Bank due in 2015, so please keep signing and sharing this action.


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