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The World Health Organization has appointed a new regional director for Africa. For the first time, the director is a woman. Matshidiso Moeti promises to shake up the office, or make changes for the better. She says she plans to make the office more effective in dealing with both traditional and new diseases. Dr. Moeti has more than 35 years of national and international experience in the health field. She is very excited about the job and says she sees her appointment with a mix of pleasure and purpose. She knows the challenges ahead are great, especially after problems with the Ebola outbreak response. The WHO was criticized for the slow reaction to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. The office was held partly responsible for the fast spread of Ebola. Dr. Moeti says that the job ahead of her will be difficult. She says that it is very important to help Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea. These countries will require continued support as they recover from the Ebola epidemic. Dr. Moeti says one of her main goals is to speed reforms in Africa. She says much has been learned from the failures and successes connected with the Ebola outbreak. So, she plans to first re-structure the size of the response teams and their skills. Dr. Moeti will lead a team of 2,400 employees in the 47-country Africa region.