All of these factors have made it more hard for the health workers who are still in the area to effectively treat the disease.
Five Ebola centres have been attacked since last month, sometimes by armed assailants. This is crucial to preventing further cases as well as violence against medical responders and treatment facilities.
"The accumulated number of cases is 1,009", of which 629 cases were fatal, it said. "The Ministry of Health and partners including the IRC are working around the clock to curtail the outbreak as quickly as possible to reduce the loss of life and further damage to the community".
New technologies like a trial vaccine, experimental treatments and futuristic cube-shaped mobile units for treating patients have helped curb the spread of the virus.
Pastors at churches have been encouraging people "pray away" the Ebola instead of receiving vaccines. "It's also bad for their families, it's also bad for their communities, because they're transmitting the disease before they are isolated". The organization reported that over 96,000 people have been vaccinated and those are eligible to receive immunization accept it. "It's because it's about witchcraft".
Last week, the World Health Organization had reported a rise in the weekly rate of confirmed Ebola cases after several weeks of decline.
The head of medical charity Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) earlier in March warned that the battle against Ebola was being lost because ordinary people did not trust health workers and the response was overly militarised.
Ebola has a kill rate of around 50% - and is a hemorrhagic fever.
It leads to people suffering fever and fatigue, before being struck with vomiting, diarrhoea and oozing blood.
Africa News reports that DR Congo has been in face of storm following escalating security crisis and fresh cases of the deadly disease, a tragic reminder that the outbreak is not yet under control in the Central Africa state.