International banks have pledged $260m (£154m) in emergency loans for the three West African countries hit by the deadly Ebola virus.
The World Bank said it would provide as much as $200m (£118m) to help Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea.
World Bank President Jim Yong Kim said in a statement: "The international community needs to act fast to contain and stop this Ebola outbreak."
African Development Bank President Donald Kaberuka told Reuters his bank would immediately disburse funds to the three countries, whose systems are strained by the epidemic.
The worst outbreak of Ebola ever has killed nearly 900 people since it began in February.
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