Ebola: Australia pledges $20m for Sierra Leone treatment centre

Government outsources medical mission to private company as Tony Abbott says some staff are likely to be Australian A man suspected of suffering from Ebola is loaded onto an ambulance in Kenema, Sierra Leone. Photograph: Tanya Bindra/AP Australia will provide $20m for a private medical company to operate a UK-built treatment centre in Sierra Leone, following persistent calls for the country provide practical help to contain the Ebola outbreak in west Africa.
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