By Philip Cosores

Bono is no stranger to humanitarian work. Actually, his charity work rivals his music for what the dude is best known for. Dating back to his work on the original Band Aid single to his work in Africa helping with AIDS relief, Bono has been recognized by everyone from Time magazine to Pope John-Paul II for a commitment to making the world a better place.

With all this in mind, it is no surprise that the U2 frontman (who recently endured five hours of surgery following a bike accident) is now speaking up for Ebola. And in the new PSA raising awareness for the current crisis in West Africa, Bono and an assembled team of celebrities have a little bit of a different tactic: waiting.



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