Ebola conflict: Guinea's battle to change culture
As west African counties continue to fight the Ebola epidemic, Guinea is facing particular problems.
Some there believe the disease has been made up by western doctors, in order to sell medicine.
Medical teams have been attacked by hostile crowds and many survivors face social rejection.
The BBC's Ibrahima Diané returned to his home country to see why there is still so much resistance.
19 Jan 2015
- From the section Africa