The Forgotten: Sierra Leone Post-Ebola
November 28, 2016
The Ebola outbreak in 2014 decimated Sierra Leone, this on the heels of a civil war that nearly wiped out a generation and brought the country to a halt. When the epidemic was at its peak, the world’s eyes were on the nation. Today, the crisis seems forgotten while the recovery has barely begun. This series takes us across Sierra Leone, even to the Kissi tribe that originally had Ebola and spread the virus, as orphans and aid workers, Tzu Chi volunteers and others share their stories and perspective.