PBS NewsHour Examines Impact Of Ebola On Children In West Africa

PBS NewsHour aired a two-part report on the impact of the Ebola epidemic on children in West Africa.

PBS NewsHour: Number of children orphaned by Ebola grows — Part 1
“As the number of deaths from the Ebola virus continue to climb in West Africa, so too does the number of children left behind without parents…” (Woodruff/Rivers, 10/27).

PBS NewsHour: Children orphaned by Ebola face long-term consequences — Part 2
“Jeffrey Brown has more on the growing number of orphans in West Africa and how aid agencies are dealing with that crisis…” (Woodruff/Brown, 10/27).

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