January 12, 2015

AIDS Healthcare Foundation in West Africa dedicated its entry in the Rose Parade® to honor the Ebola First Responders and their efforts to save lives around the world. Visit this link to see more images and read about AHF and the story behind the float:

http://www.busin...

December 22, 2014

For the fourth year in a row, AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF), will take part in the Rose Parade with a float this year that honors Ebola First Responders: the doctors, nurses, medical assistants, orderlies and all health care and support workers—both living and...

November 23, 2014

Ebola has been around for a while now and its death toll, plus its other destructive implications on our people, continues unabated.

One thing that keeps cropping up is the blame game involved in this whole calamity.

 

Speak to ordinary people about their views, esp...

November 19, 2014

I am really sorry for my long silence. I have been away from the office 
for a very long time now. I am on the verge of losing my entire blood 
family in the village. The village is called Kagbanthama in the Bureh Kasseh Makonteh chiefdom, about 16 miles from Port Loko...

November 13, 2014

Meet five survivors of Ebola through this video created by Rebecca Rollins and posted by Partners in Health, an organization committed to making survivors count.

 

http://act.pih.org/page/content/survivors-count/?&utm_medium=email&utm_source=pih&utm_content=2+-+Take+a+l...

November 3, 2014

The NY Times has published a powerful series of photographs and short, personal interviews from people who work around and who have survived Ebola in Liberia. Visit their site below:

http://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2014/10/31/world/africa/photos-of-workers-and-surv...

November 2, 2014

In West Africa, the governments in especially the Mano River Union countries (Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone) quarantined their populations without adequate provisions (food and basic necessities for the poor population not given a consideration). The crucial aspect...

October 31, 2014

The Defence for Children International Sierra Leone (DCI-SL) says : women must be involved at all levels – from the community to the national level - in shaping Sierra Leone's response to the Ebola crisis. Click here to read a statement release by the DCI-SL today.

October 29, 2014

30 people have died in the village (Kagbanthama), 27 of them
are my close relatives. The only thing bothering us is that we don't
know whether they died of Ebola or not because there has been no
official report yet to confirm or refute the claim of Ebola.

We are confu...

October 16, 2014

From AMARC International Secretariat:

“Everybody listens to the #radio and it’s the best way to communicate with people. You want to reach out to people in #rural areas – they don’t have access to newspapers, they don’t have access to television – and you want to talk t...

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