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Ebola Presentation-Final

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The effect of Epidemics
By Sophia Kaplan and Ryan ettie
Though Ebola has been recently controlled in Africa, there was a large negative social impact on African societies because of its effect on tradition, education, and poverty.
Education
Tradition

Poverty
What is Ebola?

Guinea
Outbreak began in Africa
Very contagious
Poor health care

Thesis

Get Infected
Death

Change in schedule
New safety precautions
Fear
Burial Traditions
Results of Ebola
Guinea had five-month delay
Liberia was closed for nearly a year
Students Drop out Because of...
fear
Infected family members
Infected Family Members
Social Stigma
Ostracized
Care for them
Parents may die
Big part of culture
Body Rituals
Close contact with bodies
Spirits thought to wander area
Problem with Tradition
Tradition
Big part of West African culture
Burial traditions
Close contact with bodies
Spread of germs
Reforms
Westerners/ Health Officials
Invoked fear
Distrust
Denial of Ebola
Safe burials made
Compromise
How did Ebola cause poverty?

Death of family members
Decline in workforce
Country's economy unstable
Caulderwood, Kathleen. "Half Of Liberian Workforce Not Working Due To Ebola Virus: World Bank." International Business Times. N.p., 19 Nov. 2014. Web. 02 June 2015.
Conclusion

Drug resistant tuberculosis reemerging
Could kill many and affect economy
Ruins the people as a whole

Number of deaths due to Antibiotic Resistant Diseases
Koebler, Jason. "Doctors Struggling to Fight 'Totally Drug-Resistant' Tuberculosis in South Africa." US News. U.S.News & World Report, 11 Feb. 2013. Web. 02 June 2015.
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What is an epidemic?
Infectious disease affecting specific area
Hard to control
Mckenna, Maryn. "The Coming Cost of Superbugs: 10 Million Deaths Per Year." Wired. Conde Nast Digital, 15 Dec. 14. Web. 09 June 2015.
Deaths due to antibiotic resistance by 2050
But there is hope
"Thousands of Children Orphaned by West Africa's Ebola Crisis." Mashable. N.p., n.d. Web. 10 June 2015. <http://mashable.com/2014/10/07/children-ebola-orphans/>.
Save the Children
Social workers
working non-stop
build awareness
fight the rumors
Businesses have pledged $50.8 million
"Should We Be Worried about an Ebola Outbreak in the UK?" Theguardian. N.p., n.d. Web. <http%3A%2F%2Fwww.theguardian.com%2Fcommentisfree%2F2014%2Fjul%2F30%2Febola-outbreak-uk-no-treatment-hard-to-catch>.
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