MSF’s West Africa Ebola response started in March 2014 and counts activities in Guinea, Liberia, Mali, and Sierra Leone. MSF currently employs 302 international and around 3,600 national locally hired staff in the region. The organization operates eight Ebola case management centers (CMCs), providing approximately 650 beds in isolation, and two transit centers. Since the beginning of the outbreak, MSF has admitted more than 7,700 patients, among whom around 4,800 were confirmed as having Ebola. More than 2,200 patients have survived. More than 1,400 tonnes of supplies have been shipped to the affected countries since March.