According to him, West African nations had agreed to share resources beyond money to fight the disease which has claimed thousands of lives.
West African leaders and their Health Ministers met in
Bampoe indicated that notable among the recommendations to be outlined in the communiquÉ are; human resource support in affected countries and nations that are not affected and the strengthening of surveillance systems.
The Deputy Health Minister said different member states were "doing their best to make sure that they provide resources to fight this disease and not to forget other development partners."
He remarked that Ghanaians "can comfortably accept that the fact that there is a lot of that going on right now" regarding public education about the disease.
The deadly Ebola virus has killed more than 1 500 people and despite efforts being made to contain the disease.
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