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Faith leaders in Sierra Leone and Liberia played an “essential role” in stemming the spread of Ebola but the delay in involving them cost lives, says a new report.
A year into Sierra Leone’s battle against Ebola, the country is making progress in its journey towards recovery, although much remains to be done, says Christian Aid.
In the week of the first anniversary of the Ebola outbreak, Christian Aid has reaffirmed its commitment to help hard-hit communities in Sierra Leone.
Global and national institutions are being urged to ensure Sierra Leone’s religious bodies are given a key role in post-Ebola recovery plans.
The IMF has announced that it will cancel almost $100 million of debt owed by Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.
The outgoing head of the United Nations Mission for Ebola Emergency Response has summarised progress and prospects in tackling the deadly disease.
The plight of thousands of affected by Ebola in Sierra Leone must not be forgotten says Christian Aid, as the first case is diagnosed on British soil.
Christian Aid, in partnership with the UN Development Programme, will distribute essential household items to Ebola survivors in Sierra Leone this week.
Christian Aid is delivering emergency food and hygiene kits to some of the most vulnerable families under quarantine in two of Sierra Leone’s Ebola ‘hotspots’.
Christian Aid has scaled up its response to the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone to target 3.8 million people across the country with potentially life-saving advice.
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