Daily Archives: October 22, 2014

Ebola – Journey to a Quarantined Village

In her latest article from the frontline of the Ebola epidemic, Kathryn Stinson looks for answers in a quarantined village in Sierra Leone. We’re on the road again. This time to investigate a new hotspot. A woman and her three-year-old

Journalist Fined for Entering Ebola Quarantine Zone [press release]

On October 9, 2014, a court in Kenema City in eastern Sierra Leone fined Ibrahim J. Ganda, a journalist with Radio Vaahun, a privately-owned Liberian radio station, for illegally entering “a quarantined zone in Sierra Leone.” According to the MFWA’s

President Koroma Visits Burial Command Centre

President Dr Ernest Bai Koroma on Monday 20th October made a spot visit at the Ebola Burial Command Centre at the British Council Hall in Freetown. The command centre was set up for the overall coordination of the burial team