World Vision joins $250m Ebola vaccine initiative as it continues to address stigma

January 21, 2015

World Vision announced in a press release Friday that it has become part of a multi-million effort to combat the deadly Ebola epidemic.

With a grant from Europe's Innovative Medicines Initiative (IMI), the Christian humanitarian organisation will work on the Ebola Vaccine Deployment, Acceptance and Compliance (EboDAC) project, a part of IMI's $250-million Ebola+ programme aimed at providing a vaccine solution to the disease.

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