Community Response group Sl having a discussion after training new volunteers in Makeni
Community Response groups taking part in the monitoring of the three days Ose to Ose campaign
Community Response group volunteer Philip S. Lukulay holding a discussion on Ebola with bike riders in collaboration with the UNDP
Community Response group reached out to some 20 households during the three days Ose to Ose
Community Response group reached out to some 20 households for the three days Ose to Ose
Some of the protocols observed at the holding centres , a health worker washing his boots in chlorine.
Bravo to these hard working health care workers @ the Para medical centre in Makeni
More of the health care workers @ the Paramedical holding centre in Makeni(Thank you guys )
Watching workers observe protocols during this outbreak even though they are just working outside or trying to build out houses behind the Para medical holding centre
New volunteers for Community Response group in Bombali where we have an out reach program.
Our Volunteers taking the message to the people in the far reached areas of our country
We try to reach people especially women and children because they are the most vulnerable.
One of our abled volunteer Mr. Wahab , thank you very much for helping us reach out to these communities.
Reaching out to one of the orphanages in Moyamba (Mustard seed foundation)with biscuits and sweets , we wanted to bring smiles to these faces.
With all the hundreds of unmarked and un identified grave across our nation . It was sight for us to see some of these grave been marked by loved one.
We offered prayers for all the love ones whom we donot know but love them all the same because they might have been any one of us and as a nation we owe them all across this nation an apology for not doing enough, for not offering solace or comfort when they needed it. We apologise and pray the almighty God will take you all to paradise/heaven .
Survivors waiting to go home after receiving supportive treatment,
14 months old orphan baby survivor waiting to be placed with a family at the Para Medical holding centre in Makeni.
Kids who survived ebola at the Makeni Regional Hospital, some of whom were ready to go home.
Health workers who survived Ebola waiting to be released at the Makeni Regional hospital. Standing next to them are the CHO and hospital supervisor. Our young determined and able Sierra Leonean health workers who are making a huge difference in the lives of our people. With early reporting , you can receive supportive treatment and be saved.
Augustine Vandy who survived Ebola and wants to make a difference by attending a three days training on Ebola given by the British Military . He was awarded a certificate and is now one of our volunteers who is helping us spread the word of early reporting and helping motivate other survivors.
Outside the training hall at the National Stadium.
A sister survivor who lost her husband to Ebola. Next to her is her youngest son Tony who was not infected.
Community response group participating in Ebola sensitization of Bike riders around Freetown.
Community Response group was part of the monitoring team during the Ose to Ose three days stay at home.