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Ebola outbreak: Ugandan experts to help West Africa

11 August 2014 Last updated at 08:18 BST

Uganda is lending its expertise in dealing with Ebola as a number of West African countries struggle to cope with the worst ever outbreak of the virus.

Uganda has had five outbreaks since 2000 - the highest number in the world.

It is sending 20 of its health workers to the worst hit areas.

Catherine Byaruhanga reports from Kampala.

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