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Sierra Leone

Red Cross volunteer uses lessons learned during Ebola to shape his future
13 April 2016

Red Cross volunteer uses lessons learned during Ebola to shape his future

A Red Cross volunteer uses lessons learned during Ebola to shape his future
“I asked God, why you make me to survive?” An Ebola survivor’s struggle to recover from devastating loss
8 April 2016

“I asked God, why you make me to survive?” An Ebola survivor’s struggle to recover from devastating loss

Ebola's effect on Sierra Leone's nursing profession
The burial man with a big smile
1 April 2016

The burial man with a big smile

A Red Cross volunteer finds success after Ebola
The ghosts of Ebola continue to haunt survivors
23 March 2016

The ghosts of Ebola continue to haunt survivors

Healing the emotional scars of Ebola in survivors
“I lost my son, my house, my job.” A mother's struggle to rebuild following devastating floods
14 January 2016

“I lost my son, my house, my job.” A mother's struggle to rebuild following devastating floods

Red Cross assists flood victims in Ebola-ravaged Sierra Leone
Heavy flooding does not hamper Ebola response efforts in Sierra Leone
19 September 2015

Heavy flooding does not hamper Ebola response efforts in Sierra Leone

Red Cross continues to provide Ebola messaging while assisting flood survivors
Using solar power to beat Ebola
3 September 2015

Using solar power to beat Ebola

Spreading Ebola protection messages via sun powered radios
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