Ebola control interventions that were meant to break all the transmission chains, promote research and strengthen health system could have left the health system weaker. Being in one of the three worst hit countries for almost 2 years now, I have seen the MOHS leave all their responsibilities to the NGOs and UN agencies to run the health system. this means for health officers to supervise and support the health facilities they have to be paid perdiems regardless of being in the government pay roll, for the health suppy chain to run health supplies must be purchased, transported and distributed by NGOs and the government logistics sits back and signs documents. The funding for all the NGOs have eventually drained off and the MOH still waits for more support. what becomes of the health service delivery? what happens to already poor maternal child health indicators? I think it's time for united nations and NGOs to do a postmortem on Ebola response and it's effects to the health system, come up with strategy to mitigate future disasters and define the role of every actor in public health emegencies.