In the wake of the deadly Ebola crisis last year, Dallas was the epicenter outside of West Africa. What happened in Dallas in September 2014 created awareness and support that helped Liberia take steps to contain the deadly virus. In May 2015, Liberia was declared Ebola-free by the World Health Organization (WHO)
In order to honor the Ebola survivors and mark the one-year anniversary of the Ebola crisis in Dallas, we are organizing a dinner program under the theme, "Ebola-Free World; What's Next? Featuring the Honorable Jeremiah C. Sulunteh, Liberian Ambassador to the United States.
The purpose of this event is to:
• Allow the Liberian ambassador to meet you personally, express gratitude and ask for
your continued support of the humanitarian work in Liberia.
• Discuss the state of Liberia and Texas one year after the Ebola Epidemic came to Dallas.
• Celebrate what we have all achieved together thus far in Liberia, and to share Liberia’s
future with you.
We believe that Ambassador Jeremiah Sulunteh's visit to our great city is crucial to our ever-growing global community as we individually and collectively reflect on the one-year anniversary of the Ebola Crisis in Dallas Texas.
This will be a night of inspiration, celebration, awareness, and call to action for individuals to get involved in helping change lives right here in our own city of Dallas and around the world!