Today, 43 out of 54 countries on the African continent are affected by the COVID-19 pandemic
Forty-seven nurses and midwives have returned home to Sierra Leone to take up jobs in hospitals and health centres across the country after successfully completing a two-year diploma in Ghana.
Mohamed Momoh, a clinical officer with the Doctors Without Borders, was born in Bo, Sierra Leone. Having worked as a medic through the devastating Ebola outbreak of 2014, he shares his story and his hopes for the future of his country.
A hillside collapsed and triggered a mudslide in the mountain town of Regent on the outskirts of Sierra Leone’s capital Freetown after a couple of days of torrential rain.
A Malawian logistician spent a year in Sierra Leone getting supplies to people in the most remote areas.
New MSF book reveals that a fear-crippled response caused unnecessary deaths and suffering during the West African Ebola epidemic
A Congolese doctor spent five months treating patients at a mother and child healthcare facility in Sierra Leone.
More than two and a half years after the Ebola outbreak officially began, MSF is now closing its last projects in West Africa dedicated to caring for people who survived the disease.
MSF logistician Kim Phillips, hailing from South Africa, just completed a challenging 9 month assignment in Sierra Leone where she was part of team refurbishing a hospital and undertaking a measles vaccination campaign targeting 65,000 people all at the same time.
Operational overview of MSF's activities in West Africa during the Ebola outbreak between 2014 to 2015.