Ebola Virus Response - Experiences and Lessons From Sierra Leone
The Ebola outbreak in the country reflects the challenges facing health systems at local, national and international levels. While the outbreak might be over, its effects will persist for many years, writes Eric Osoro for The Conversation.
The Conversation Africa, 23 April 2017
It's 18 months since Sierra Leone was declared Ebola free after a two-year outbreak that left 4,000 people dead. Read more »
No object that can not be chlorinated can exit the high risk zone (file photo).
Chatham House, 31 March 2017
Drawing on interviews with key Sierra Leonean and international responders, this paper helps shed light on the challenges that affected Sierra Leone's response to the Ebola… Read more »
The disease, which killed more than 3,580 people in 18 months, left behind a legacy of psychological suffering. Read more »
The experimental vaccine would allow the "control a new outbreak of Ebola of the Zaire strain" after final test results confirmed its effectiveness, scientists say. Read more »