We're now waiting for February, hoping with all our hearts we'll be able to write that Sierra Leone won't need EMERGENCY any more, at least in its battle against Ebola.
Sierra Leone still needs us: the epidemic has made the already weak health system even more precarious.
In our hospitals, the concept of "care" goes beyond the medical act.
There have been 42 consecutive days without new cases.
Now the countdown begins: Sierra Leone needs 42 consecutive days with no new cases to be declared free from #Ebola.
EMERGENCY nurse Stefano soon to be discharged from hospital.
Still more than fifty new cases of Ebola every week in Sierra Leone.
After two weeks of treatment, Lionel and Christian finally recover.
“To treat an Ebola patient and to live in a community affected by Ebola is, of course, a risk.”
Luca Rolla: We take care of children in a country where it is forbidden to hug each other.