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Down to zero: Recovering from Ebola in Sierra Leone

Despite no new Ebola cases in the West Africa country, the effects of the outbreak will linger for years to come.

The Ebola Bandwagon

Rust never sleeps. Neither it seems does the University of Wisconsin-Madison animal experimentation propaganda machine. This essay is a response to the April 23, 2015 ersatz news article "In Sierra Leone, a chance to learn from Ebola," written by Kelly April Tyrrell. Show More Summary

Road to Zero: Sierra Leone’s Struggle to Rid Itself of Ebola

6 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmodo

The worst of the Ebola epidemic may be over but the World Health Organization has declared that life in Sierra Leone, as in other Ebola-affected West African countries, can only return to normal when transmission of the virus ceases and cases drop to zero. Unfortunately, not everyone in Sierra Leone is so concerned. Mark Honigsbaum reports. Read more...

Soccer Idols Zidane and Ronaldo Team Up in U.N. Ebola Fundraiser

Soccer idols Zinedine Zidane and Ronaldo will lead a star-studded team in a friendly match on Monday aimed at raising money to help Ebola-hit Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.

Presidents of Guinea, Liberia, and Sierra Leone To Share Ebola Recovery Plans at IMF-World Bank Group Spring Meetings

Thanks to the efforts and the work of countless individuals from around the world, the number of people who are contracting Ebola has declined sharply from peak levels.

Ebola on the wane, Sierra Leone braces for a whole new crisis

  Sierra Leonean President Ernest Bai Koroma was ready to talk about something besides Ebola. His West African nation is not yet Ebola-free. It is still fighting to rid itself of the feared pathogen, which has killed more than 10,000 people in Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia since March 2014. But today the number of […]

West Africa seeks $5-6 billion aid, debts canceled: Sierra Leone's Koroma

WASHINGTON (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - The Ebola-stricken nations of West Africa are asking international donors to cancel their debts and give them $5-6 billion over two years to rebuild their economies, devastated by the deadly disease, Sierra Leone's president said on Thursday.

Migrant children test Europe as Mediterranean crisis worsens

CALTAGIRONE, Italy (Reuters) - Sixteen-year-old orphan Ishmael Bangura fled Sierra Leone in July when the Ebola virus killed eight members of his household.

As Ebola Retreats, Obama Urges Vigilance and Preparation in West Africa

During a visit to Washington by the leaders of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, President Obama said the global response must continue.

The Fight Against Ebola: Assessing Progress and Looking Ahead

Since the onset of the Ebola outbreak incredible losses have occurred in West Africa. More than 10,000 men, women, and children have died from Ebola. Under extraordinary circumstances, the people of Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone have shown great courage and resolve.

As Ebola Retreats, Obama Urges Vigilance and Preparation in West Africa

last weekNews : NYTimes: News

During a visit to Washington by the leaders of Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, President Obama said the global response must continue.

About 6,000 Volunteers to Start Ebola Vaccine Trial in Sierra Leone

The Ebola vaccine trial program, known as STRIVE, is set to enroll at least 6,000 health and other frontline workers from districts in Sierra Leone where the Ebola outbreak affected the most people

Classes Resume in Sierra Leone After Ebola Crisis — But Pregnant Teens Are Banned

last weekNews : Vice News

Schools reopened today in Sierra Leone for the first time since July, but as excited children filed into classrooms government policy prohibits pregnant women from attending.

Schools In Sierra Leone Reopen After Closure Because Of Ebola

By Umaru Fofana FREETOWN (Reuters) - Schools in Sierra Leone reopened on Tuesday after closing for nine months due to an Ebola epidemic that killed 3,800 people, but teachers and aid workers said attendance was low due to lingering fears...Show More Summary

Major step forward for Ebola-hit Sierra Leone

9 months after outbreak of deadly virus forced schools to shut their gates, 1.8M kids set to resume daily lives

World Briefing: Sierra Leone: Ebola Trial Begins

Researchers began vaccinating volunteers in Sierra Leone on Monday with an experimental Ebola vaccine.

Pattern of Safety Lapses Where Group Worked to Battle Ebola Outbreak

2 weeks agoHealth : NYTimes: Health

Safety deficiencies at a treatment center staffed by Partners in Health, a charity that pledged to fight Ebola in Sierra Leone and Liberia, led to the closure of the center after two clinicians were diagnosed with Ebola.

After Three Days of Lockdown in Sierra Leone

Roda Muslimani reports on Easter "holiday" inside the Sierra Leone Ebola zone. The post After Three Days of Lockdown in Sierra Leone appeared first on The Good Men Project.

American Treated for Ebola Released From NIH Hospital

2 weeks agoHealth : Healthland

Patient was volunteering for an aid group in Sierra Leone

U.S. Ebola patient released from hospital

American healthcare worker who was infected in Sierra Leone managed to survive critical illness

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