Ebola: A new way to learn what’s going on, from experts, journalists and locals


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“It all depends on what we do in the next few weeks,” said infectious disease expert Chikwe Ihekweazu, speaking on Ebola at TEDGlobal on Friday. What happens next: will the number of new Ebola cases grow or plateau? And how can the world know the right thing to do?

Reliable news about the outbreak has been hard to find, especially for people fighting the disease in their homes and villages, but also for the rest of us who want to know what’s going on and whether to worry. Which is why, this week, TED Senior Fellow alum Jon Gosier launched EbolaDeeply.org, a curated news feed that mixes journalism, experts and citizen reports to create a more informed global dialogue. We asked Gosier to tell us more:

There’s a lot of mistrust. There’s the belief that “all these people showed up, and then all our people started dying.”

What is EbolaDeeply, and what problem are you trying to solve?

EbolaDeeply.org is…

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