Night shift on the malaria frontline
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Night shift on the malaria frontline

It's night-time at Ola During Children's Hospital in Freetown, Sierra Leone and doctors Nehlama Barrie and Winstina Gbondo are on shift.

Most nights here see children die of Malaria complications but a free health programme here has given them a fighting chance of saving lives.

Filmmakers: Paul Myles and Zoe Jewell

Producer: Abdul Samba Brima

Editor: Brad Hayward

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  • 28 May 2019