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Ebola: How one village road separates the dying from the living

One village in Sierra Leone, too remote to receive help from the authorities, is dealing with Ebola by keeping the dying on one side of the main road, and the living on the other.

The village, just outside the town of Port Loko, is also struggling to cope with the number of orphaned children that need care.

Bewildered and traumatised, many are often shunned by their own communities because they are terrified of catching the disease from them.

Andrew Harding reports.

  • 04 Nov 2014
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