US President, Barak Obama has vowed that the Group of Seven Industrialised Countries, commonly known as the G7, will eliminate Ebola disease, which killed thousands in the West African region.
He was speaking at the on-going Bavaria Summit, in Germany.
We will continue to work with our partners in West Africa to get Ebola cases down to zero and as part of our global health security agenda, he promised.
He disclosed that the G7 had made a major commitment to help sixty countries in the next five years to achieve specific targets, to prevent, protect and respond to future outbreaks of the Ebola Virus Disease, EVD, before they become epidemics.
As part of the global effort to help developing countries, Obama noted that the ‘’G7 would continue landmark initiatives to promote food securities and nutrition for more effort to lift over 500,000 people in developing countries out of hunger and malnutrition.
G7 also included the focus on expanding education and economic opportunities for women and girls.
The G7 is committed to expanding curricular training for women in their own countries and increase technical and vocational training in developing countries which will help all of our nations prosper, Obama assured the world.

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