The World Health Organization is charged with the coordination and monitoring of disease outbreaks across the globe. International Health Regulations, IHR(2005) (entered into force in June, 2007), deal with the public health response framework and public health emergencies.
Global Alert and Response is the framework of best practices, disease list, and core functions of the alert and response system.
European Commission's Ebola website shows that they are closely monitoring the situation and working to prevent the spread of the disease.
Similarly in Latin American countries, the Pan American Health Organizations offers an Ebola resource page.
The Global Response Coalition is a joint effort of international agencies, such as the United Nations, World Health Organizations, International Red Cross, World Bank and more.