These WFP reports worry me more than WHO's Ebola sitreps. Via ReliefWeb, a report from the World Food Programme: WFP West Africa Ebola Response Situation Report #10, 29 October 2014. Click through to download the PDF.
To date, in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone:
• 15,438 mt of food delivered to 1.1 million people since April 2014*;
• 1,371 responders transported by UNHAS, with two planes and one helicopter in opertion; and
• 34,649 m3 of medical cargo transported.
Highlight— Medical Supplies Dispatched from Monrovia to Bamako
Following the first case of Ebola detected in Mali on 23 October, a United Nations Humanitarian Air Service (UNHAS) aircraft flew critical medical supplies on behalf of the World Health Organization from Monrovia to Bamako on 24 October. The supplies included personnel protection equipment kits, gloves, face shields and buckets.
UNHAS, managed by WFP, dispatched a special flight adapting a plane normally used for the transport of humanitarian workers to make space for the medical cargo. The medical items came from a 3,000 m2 humanitarian hub in Monrovia dedicated to the Ebola response, established in September by the Logistics Cluster, which groups UN agencies and non-governmental organizations, and is managed by WFP.