After the outburst of AIDS and Ebola viruses across US, UK, Europe and Africa, the governments decided to allot a greater sum to control the outbreak and offer medical assistance and public awareness to manage such situations. European Commission has stated in a press release in 2014 that 2 billion Euros would be contributed to tackle the threats caused by AIDS and EBOLA in the future. In addition to this fund allocation, it is essential to identify effective medicines and vaccines that will help countries to save loss of millions of lives.
To tackle such diseases in the future, there are three important steps to immediately apply (Hello, 2016).
1. To create emergency incidental responses across all regions in the countries
2. To spread awareness among people on safety and hygiene
3. To ensure food security and create contingency plans to control poverty
Each of the aforementioned points will help the countries to plan better. It also helps save a million laves from such economic breakdown and epidemic virus outbreaks. Perhaps, many countries believe that the lessons learnt from HIV / AIDS virus that has been prolonging since a long time would suffice impacts of Ebola. The efforts taken by West Africa are enormous and they indeed would help and serve as better frameworks for other countries (Anderson, 2014).
In an aim to fight against Ebola, the healthcare industry has to develop in terms of infrastructure, knowledge and connection to other countries. This connectivity will help on time assistance during such outbreaks. Effective technologies are the need of the hour. Most of the deaths in the last few years have happened because of ineffective medicines and lack of knowledge on the necessary medical infrastructure to fight against the virus. World Food Programme has been taking effective steps to link various social organizations to get prepared for similar such outbreaks of contagious viruses. Ebola Response Fund organized by UN Foundation currently provides technical assistance to the governments of AIDS / Ebola affected countries. In addition to this assistance, the economic impacts need to be studied (EU, 2014).
To tackle such diseases in the future, it is essential to study the health status of people on regular basis. Subsequently, the efficiency and effectiveness of health systems of various countries should be analyzed. This will help in fixing up better systems for the welfare of victims (EU, 2014). To fight against diseases, poverty has to be alleviated with better opportunities to work and gain knowledge on health and hygiene. These will together bring the responsiveness and understanding of viruses and prevention well in advance.