The Ebola Outbreak One Year Later

Liberian MSF staffer B Sunday Williams after disinfecting a house in Monrovia. "When I began this job, I was afraid. Today, I have a passion for the job," he says.
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"I lost my entire family, I lost my mother, my father, my sisters, my brothers, my son, my boyfriend. I lost 25 members of my family," says one woman in Liberia. The world has never seen such a deadly and widespread outbreak of Ebola as the one that struck West Africa in March 2014 and continues one year later. This four-and-a-half minute video gives an abbreviated look at the impact of the outbreak on people in Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Liberia, and the work of Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), which was at the forefront of the medical response and advocated continually for a strong international response.

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