To all our great supporters, donors, families and friends,
As the end of the year approaches, we look back, rejoice and thank God for the wonderful response that Sierra Leone people have received. We are truly grateful for the generosity that we have experienced from you all, right from the beginning of the Ebola crisis to the end and beyond. … Read more...
Our Correspondent Mercy Mwaura writes:
Schools are now back on and all is going well. The usual busy sounds can be heard filling the school grounds. There’s a feeling of things are back to normal and we’re almost forgetting the endless days of uncertainty that had gripped the country during the worst days of Ebola. But yesterday we were reminded that we still need to be vigilant when
Speaking at the UN Secretary General’s International Conference on Ebola Recovery in New York, Justine Greening announced the UK government’s new two year package to support the government of Sierra Leone in its plan to recover from the outbreak.
[Update on Ebola situation in Sierra Leone – extract from Sierra
Over 120 people supported a charity concert given by the Sheffield Folk Chorale conducted by Graham Pratt on 6th June. They enjoyed listening to a varied programme of traditional and modern folk songs in the beautiful surroundings of Holy Trinity Church, Sheffield. The trustees are very grateful that Graham and the
News from medicalxpress.com
A team of British scientists, part of the international effort to curb further spread of the Ebola virus in Sierra Leone, has released its first dataset of the virus’ genetic structure online. The dataset will allow the global scientific community to monitor the pathogen’s evolution in real-time and conduct research that can lead to more effective strategies against