Operation Ebola Media Coverage

These are just some of the stories posted online by media outlets in Kansas City, in the US, and around the world highlighting the action Heart to Heart International took in the fall of 2014 to help combat Ebola.

Ebola Treatment Unit announcement – October 2014

GlobeNewswire Release – October 7, 2014

Heart to Heart International plans Ebola Clinic in Liberia – KMBC Kansas City

HHI to Open Ebola Treatment Center – KSHB Kansas City

HHI to Announce Plans to Stop Ebola – WDAF Fox4KC

Liberia Native Tamba Hali Joins Efforts to Help Fight Ebola – KCTV Kansas City

Video of ETU Press Conference w/ Tamba Hali Speaking – Kansas City Star

Chiefs’ Tamba Hali lends his star power to help fight Ebola virus – Kansas City Star

Heart To Heart Pledges Humanitarian Aid For Liberian Ebola Victims – KCUR Radio (NPR)

Liberian Native Tamba Hali Lends Support – NewEurope (AP story)

Nfl, Tamba Hali e il sostegno umanitario contro Ebola – La Gazzetta dello Sport (Italy)

Chiefs’ Tamba Hali Once Fled Liberia, Now Trying to Help Heal It – The National (United Arab Emirates)

Tamba Hali Helping to Build Ebola Clinic in Liberia – onwardstate.com

Chiefs’ Tamba Hali Lends Support – New York Daily News

Tamba Hali Helps Combat Ebola Epidemic – KCChiefs.com

Teaneck’s Tamba Hali of Chiefs Joins Fight Against Ebola – northjersey.com

Tamba Hali helps fight Ebola – ESPN

‘We Can’t Wait on This’ – Sports Illustrated: The Monday Morning Quarterback with Peter King

 

First Wave of HHI Volunteer Medical Responders

Aaron Mishler – Elkhart/South Bend, Indiana

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Davis Perkins – San Francisco, California

Story 1: CBS-TV 4 – Story 2: SFGate

Lucille Frisicano – Webster/Rochester, New York

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Lucille Returns 

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More Volunteer Medical Responder coverage

Local Nurse Deploys – Columbia, Missouri

Metro Nurse Heads to Liberia – Kansas City, Missouri

Followup Story

Area medical workers see progress in the effort to eradicate Ebola in Africa – Kansas City Star