The Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone disproportionately affected poor people. Here is why.
Ebola worsened the situation of many Sierra Leone orphans, creating uncertainty regarding their future.
From contact tracing to staffing checkpoints, young people played a key role in managing the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone. Here is how.
During the 2014 Ebola outbreak, people suspected of being infected were quarantined, often to a dear societal cost.
Looking into the medical and military responses to the 2014 Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone
How the Ebola outbreak is impacting hunting and gathering in Kono district.
Looking into the consequences of Ebola for the miners/farmers of Sierra Leona.
An analysis of the economic impact of the outbreak and local efforts to remediate the consequences of ebola on mining communities
Looking into the consequences of long-term school closures in Sierra Leone for students and schoolchildren during the Ebola epidemic.
Sierra Leone has very high unemployment figures, particularly amongst youth. The World Bank estimates that around 60% of the country’s youth are unemployed, the highest rate in sub-Saharan West Africa.
As the world experiences a Covid-19-related lockdown, we look back at what this meant for Sierra Leone during the Ebola outbreak.
An analysis of the impact of the Ebola outbreak for ASM diamond miners in the Kono District of Sierra Leone.