Life after Ebola - Sierra Leone

49 images Created 21 Nov 2016

Ebola lassoed three West African countries to the ground in 2014 without any prior warning. Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone found themselves quarantined from the rest of the world, totally cutting off commerce, travel and social life.
The unpreparedness of the world for such an epidemic made initial response slow in coming; and after it was all over, you could see graves that stretched for miles in some communities, businesses had folded, orphans roamed the streets, many homes had been emptied of its members and those who survived still live with the pain of their loss and the stigma of the disease.

Clients: Americares, The Global Fund, Open Society Foundation, SEND Sierra Leone
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