Producer and Correspondent (segment runs from 0:00-15:24) 

Last year, the worst Ebola outbreak in human history swept through West Africa, killing more than 10,000 people in Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Guinea. The disease spread so quickly in part because the international community was slow to respond, and because the countries where Ebola surfaced lacked the infrastructure, funding, and street-level awareness to slow transmission of the virus. Danny Gold goes to West Africa to see how people there have stepped up to gain control of the outbreak, and to learn whether the world is prepared for the next major epidemic.