Life after Ebola in Liberia & Sierra Leone
Life after Ebola in Liberia & Sierra Leone

Published on BBC News.

Etta Roberts, Margibi County, Liberia. December 2017. Etta is a nurse at a clinic created to memorialise the victims of Ebola.

 Overgrowth above downtown Monrovia.

Overgrowth above downtown Monrovia.

 Tannah contracted Ebola and survived but lost 6 members of her family including her son. She makes a living as a farmer in Mawah, Liberia, which lost 39 of its residents to Ebola. 

Tannah contracted Ebola and survived but lost 6 members of her family including her son. She makes a living as a farmer in Mawah, Liberia, which lost 39 of its residents to Ebola. 

 Mama Kollie, 65, at home in Mawah.   Kollie lost several members of her family including her son, daughter in law and a grandchild. 

Mama Kollie, 65, at home in Mawah.  
Kollie lost several members of her family including her son, daughter in law and a grandchild. 

 Morris M. Freeman (R), 34. Morris is the chief of Mawah. He is an Ebola survivor and lost his father and aunt to the crisis which devastated his village.

Morris M. Freeman (R), 34. Morris is the chief of Mawah. He is an Ebola survivor and lost his father and aunt to the crisis which devastated his village.

 Mae-Jean Singbe lost 3 members of her family in Mawah during the Ebola crisis, her daughter, father and uncle. She lacks the means to move away and works as a gardener and a trader.

Mae-Jean Singbe lost 3 members of her family in Mawah during the Ebola crisis, her daughter, father and uncle. She lacks the means to move away and works as a gardener and a trader.

 West Point, Monrovia, Liberia.

West Point, Monrovia, Liberia.

 West Point health clinic, Liberia.

West Point health clinic, Liberia.

 Ebola graves, Waterloo, Sierra Leone.

Ebola graves, Waterloo, Sierra Leone.

 Mohammed was a formerly unemployed slum resident who was employed by the government to safety dispose of corpses. He has no financial choice but to continue working at the same gravesite 2 years on.

Mohammed was a formerly unemployed slum resident who was employed by the government to safety dispose of corpses. He has no financial choice but to continue working at the same gravesite 2 years on.

 Overgrown graves, Sierra Leone.

Overgrown graves, Sierra Leone.

 Hills above Regent, Freetown outskirts, Sierra Leone

Hills above Regent, Freetown outskirts, Sierra Leone

Life after Ebola in Liberia & Sierra Leone
 Overgrowth above downtown Monrovia.
 Tannah contracted Ebola and survived but lost 6 members of her family including her son. She makes a living as a farmer in Mawah, Liberia, which lost 39 of its residents to Ebola. 
 Mama Kollie, 65, at home in Mawah.   Kollie lost several members of her family including her son, daughter in law and a grandchild. 
 Morris M. Freeman (R), 34. Morris is the chief of Mawah. He is an Ebola survivor and lost his father and aunt to the crisis which devastated his village.
 Mae-Jean Singbe lost 3 members of her family in Mawah during the Ebola crisis, her daughter, father and uncle. She lacks the means to move away and works as a gardener and a trader.
 West Point, Monrovia, Liberia.
 West Point health clinic, Liberia.
 Ebola graves, Waterloo, Sierra Leone.
 Mohammed was a formerly unemployed slum resident who was employed by the government to safety dispose of corpses. He has no financial choice but to continue working at the same gravesite 2 years on.
 Overgrown graves, Sierra Leone.
 Hills above Regent, Freetown outskirts, Sierra Leone
Life after Ebola in Liberia & Sierra Leone

Published on BBC News.

Etta Roberts, Margibi County, Liberia. December 2017. Etta is a nurse at a clinic created to memorialise the victims of Ebola.

Overgrowth above downtown Monrovia.

Tannah contracted Ebola and survived but lost 6 members of her family including her son. She makes a living as a farmer in Mawah, Liberia, which lost 39 of its residents to Ebola. 

Mama Kollie, 65, at home in Mawah.  
Kollie lost several members of her family including her son, daughter in law and a grandchild. 

Morris M. Freeman (R), 34. Morris is the chief of Mawah. He is an Ebola survivor and lost his father and aunt to the crisis which devastated his village.

Mae-Jean Singbe lost 3 members of her family in Mawah during the Ebola crisis, her daughter, father and uncle. She lacks the means to move away and works as a gardener and a trader.

West Point, Monrovia, Liberia.

West Point health clinic, Liberia.

Ebola graves, Waterloo, Sierra Leone.

Mohammed was a formerly unemployed slum resident who was employed by the government to safety dispose of corpses. He has no financial choice but to continue working at the same gravesite 2 years on.

Overgrown graves, Sierra Leone.

Hills above Regent, Freetown outskirts, Sierra Leone

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