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Thomas L. Burphy: A Liberian Native On A Mission

                                                                  By Berenice Mulubah
                                                                  3/27/2015 6:06am


"I Responded to a call for help. Thank God for his mercies. I challenge you to do your part!"

Thomas L. Burphy is a Liberian Native living in Seattle, Washington.  Mr. Burphy is a nurse.  In November 2014, he packed his bag and returned to Liberia to assist with the Ebola crisis.  Mr. Burphy just returned back to the United States but his mission continues on.  He founded an organization called Survival Revival to assist Ebola Survivors.  You can listen to Mr. Burphy encounter during his trip to Liberia in his documentary "Ebola Response."

For more information about his foundation, click this link


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