A Year On, More Help Needed to Fight Ebola in DR Congo

One year ago, on August 1, 2018, the Ebola epidemic broke out in the Democratic Republic of Congo. A total of 2,701 people have been infected, of whom 1,813 have died. Almost a third of cases were children.

Students put up Information posters about Ebola.

UNICEF Communications for Development Officers talk to children about the importance of Ebola prevention in the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

Sylvie Waridi chats with eight-year-old twin brothers who had just been released from the Ebola treatment centre in Beni (file photo).


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