Ebola gravediggers look to the future
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Ebola volunteers offered group therapy in Sierra Leone

The recent Ebola epidemic in West Africa was the world's worst outbreak of the disease.

Burying bodies safely was an important part of halting the spread of the virus which is passed on by direct contact with bodily fluids – and a dead body is even more contagious.

Two of more than 500 ordinary Sierra Leoneans who volunteered to bury Ebola victims, describe how their lives have been changed by the epidemic.

  • 31 Aug 2016
  • From the section Africa
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