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Ebola: Life as a child survivor in Paynesville, Liberia

Health officials in Sierra Leone have warned that new cases of Ebola are continuing to emerge, more than a year after the outbreak was first declared.

There had been a sharp decline in cases in recent months, but in the capital, Freetown, there's been a spike in new infections.

Neighbouring Liberia is also battling a new outbreak. Many children there have lost their parents and been left with nothing.

Anne Soy reports from Paynesville, a suburb of Monrovia.

  • 14 Jul 2015
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