& Main Points: What is Ebola, how do you prevent it, and why is it important to us in the United States? Connective/Transition: BODY (3 MAIN POINTS PREFERRED) I. Main Point: What is Ebola? A. SUBPOINT: Ebola History. 1. “In 1976 the first case of Ebola... infected over 284 people with a mortality rate of 53%”. (Centers for Disease Control) a. Original carrier of Ebola is still unknown. b. Ebola,
Kotlowitz’s ”There Are no Children Here”; out of neglect as in Sonya Sotomayor's "My Beloved World”; out of an extreme fear of being touched as in Jacob Dasheck’s film,” Duck”; or because of disease as in the 60 minutes report by Lara Logan’s, “The Ebola Hot Zone” struggles show the strength and the pride of the
our lives. For example, HIV, Corona and Ebola. All of these viruses infect all types of living organisms(9). One of the most viruses that appeared recently is Ebola. This essay will define Ebola virus, know from where got started and discuss how this virus spreads and is transmitted.
Sime Darby – Developing Sustainable Futures Sime Darby Berhad is a major Malaysia-based multinational conglomerate involved in 5 core sectors which are plantations, property, industrial, motors and energy & utilities. Sime Darby is listed on the Main Board of Bursa Malaysia Securities Berhad.Sime Darby looks at positive investments by engaging with communities where the Group has direct impact and where stakeholders may have an influence on operations. Sime Darby was established by European businessmen
In the west coast of Africa the Republic of Sierra Leone is comprised of 250 miles. It was initially named “Serra Lyoa” or “Lion Mountain” by a Portuguese explorer named Pedro da Cintra due to the tall mountains that resemble a Lion. English sailors and later British settlers changed the name to "Sierra Leone." In an attempt to rid of slavery the colony of Sierra Leone was established by British humanitarian. The leader of the movement Granville Sharp planned it as a home for African slaves freed