FREE EBOLA RELIEF CONCERT PLEASE JOIN IN JUNE 28


Hi Its your girl JA Nursing here. Several months ago  the media was in a frenzy about a virus that had taken over our  Mother Land. Ebola the fight for awareness still continues and will not stop.
Why the Concert? Help Fight Ebola Canada (Awareness Campaign) are bringing attention to West Africa through Education; Motivation; and Engagement. Motivated by the death of Dr Sheik Humarr Khan who saved more than 100 lives before losing his own to Ebola, the campaign is building partnerships and supporting programs that are rebuilding the country. It will take all of our help - and we should help. Now is no time to forget and become complacent.  Please join in Sunday, June 28
at  Toronto Ribfest, Centennial Park, Toronto

 A call for Global Awareness against EBOLA in West Africa


Did I mention that this is a Free concert ticket(s). (Note: Toronto Ribfest entry is a requested $2 donation.) Be part of concert history at the Ebola Relief Concert – hosted by TV host and producer Nikki Clarke and featuring International recording sensation CARIMI, Steele, Akin, Ruth Mathiang, Slim Flex, Focusway Band, Kobena Aquaa-Harrison, Waleed Kush, DJs, Dancers, Percussionists, along with some special guests in conjunction with Help Fight Ebola Canada, Rotary, and more.


The south stage area will come to life with great music, special guests, presentations, artists and more as we bring awareness to the issues being faced in West Africa  
FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE AMAZING PERFORMERS
  http://ebolaconcert.com/#performers

Concert poster 



Rotary Etobicoke welcomes the world to Toronto Ribfest and to this concert to give the crisis a voice through the celebration of great music and great people. Come and join the celebration, and together we'll be heard an ocean away.



HERE IS THE Link to register for the concert, which is FREE. https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/ebola-relief-concert-canada-tickets-17276086239

http://www.helpfightebola.org/home.html
MAKE SURE TO FOLLOW ON TWITTER  
facebook  fb.me/4gZH0aTox
  The issue continues
Although Ebola is not often discussed in the media, it is still a significant issue in Sierra Leone, Guinea, and Liberia. There are 26,626 (CDC) total cases of Ebola with 11,007 (CDC) of those cases resulting in deaths. More than 16,000 children have lost one or both parents to Ebola (AFP). Many survivors of Ebola now complain of visual problems, body aches, chest pain, headaches, and extreme fatigue.
For months, the hardest hit countries closed their borders to minimize the movement of the virus. Those closed borders closed businesses and schools. The countries' already fragile economies were made much worse. The economic impact is an estimated $2.2 billion and counting.
Your support at this event will show the world we care about this global health issue and the people affected.





Ebola Virus Infection
 ORIGINAL POST OCT 3 2014

Please note that all the people tested in Canada have tested  negative. 

The case out in Toronto's east  end has not been Confirmed. 
Ebola is a rare but deadly virus that causes bleeding inside and outside the body. Ebola is not Air born so you can't catch it just by being round people.

As the virus spreads through the body, it damages the immune system and organs. Ultimately, it causes levels of blood-clotting cells to drop. This leads to severe, uncontrollable bleeding.

The disease, also known as Ebola hemorrhagic fever or Ebola virus, kills up to 90% of people who are infected.

Other ways to get Ebola include touching contaminated needles or surfaces.

How do I protect myself against Ebola?

If you must travel to an area affected by the 2014 Ebola outbreak, protect yourself by doing the following:

-Wash hands frequently or use an alcohol-based hand sanitizer.
-Avoid contact with blood and body fluids of any person, particularly someone who is sick.
-Do not handle items that may have come in contact with an infected person’s blood or body fluids.
-Avoid hospitals where Ebola patients are being treated. 

-Seek medical care immediately if you develop fever (temperature of 101.5°F/ 38.6°C) and any of the other following symptoms: headache, muscle pain, diarrhea, vomiting, stomach pain, or unexplained bruising or bleeding.
-Limit your contact with other people until and when you go to the doctor. Do not travel anywhere else besides a healthcare facility.



Make a donation to Rotary for West African relief and receive a Canadian tax receipt. Rotary Etobicoke is a "100% charity", meaning every penny we raise is used to meet humanitarian needs.
Donate online.
HERE IS THE Link to register for the concert, which is FREE. https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/ebola-relief-concert-canada-tickets-17276086239

HERE IS THE Link to register for the concert, which is FREE. https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/ebola-relief-concert-canada-tickets-17276086239

Past initiatives to increase knowledge on Ebola



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