Liberia: People Power Changing Ebola Narrative

As neighbors and family are affected and infected with the deadly Ebola virus, and Liberians begin to realize how potentially devastating it can be for the country, they've taken it upon themselves to act, writes allAfrica's Boakai Fofana from Monrovia.

A large bucket of chlorinated water on the street of central Monrovia for passersby to wash their hands.

Young women in a Monrovia neighborhood spreading Ebola prevention messages.

Photo: Unicef

Special material was developed to support Liberian community outreach activities to stop the spread of the deadly Ebola virus.

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