Sierra Leone’s Ebola Survivors Press For Government’s Promise Of Free Health Care

The Guardian: Ebola leaves a painful legacy for survivors in Sierra Leone
“…When Sierra Leone was first declared Ebola-free in November last year, President Ernest Bai Koroma addressed the nation, saying: ‘We remain committed to ongoing work to support survivors. This includes a comprehensive package of support for survivors, including free health care and psychosocial support.’ Many survivors feel he has not delivered. Earlier this month they protested outside parliament, accusing the government of not providing free health care as promised…” (Acland, 4/28).

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