Liberians Who Fought Aids Now Battle Stigma
An Ebola survivors network works with communities and officials to help all those who caught the virus but lived.This special section is made possible by a grant from the Like a River Fund.
Home of 17-year-old Abraham Mamaigar, who died in a wave of Ebola cases in July 2015, showing the washing line with clothes of quarantined family members.
allAfrica, 28 April 2016
Josephine Karwah held back tears as she recounted being abandoned by friends and neighbors. The twenty-nine-year-old had contracted Ebola while taking care of her sick parents.… Read more »
New Dawn, 4 May 2016
The president for Liberia's Ebola Survivors Network, Mr. Patrick Sayel, is appealing to the Government here to establish a microfinance loan program to empower Ebola survivors… Read more »
Inquirer, 2 June 2015
Some of the scars left behind by the vicious Ebola Virus Disease is the issue of rejection, discrimination and stigmatization something that survivors are finding difficult to… Read more »
The report of an independent panel convened by the Harvard Global Health Institute and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, published in the British medical journal ... Read more »