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Back to school in Sierra Leone, but not quite back to normal yet. Tommy Trenchard/Al Jazeera

Back to school in Sierra Leone, but not quite back to normal yet. Tommy Trenchard/Al Jazeera

As Sierra Leone inches closer to the end of the recent Ebola outbreak that has claimed almost 4,000 lives, WVUK's Celebrity Media Specialist, Siân Merrylees, recently visited our projects there to see for herself how World Vision has helped.

As Sierra Leone inches closer to the end of the recent Ebola outbreak that has claimed almost 4,000 lives, WVUK's Celebrity Media Specialist, Siân Merrylees, recently visited our projects there to see for herself how World Vision has helped.

Great blog from John Wright who's been working at the Moyamba treatment centre in Sierra Leone

Great blog from John Wright who's been working at the Moyamba treatment centre in Sierra Leone

People are seen praying at St. Paul's Congregational Evangelical Church, Freetown, Sierra Leone, April 26, 2015. (N. deVries/VOA)

People are seen praying at St. Paul's Congregational Evangelical Church, Freetown, Sierra Leone, April 26, 2015. (N. deVries/VOA)

Health workers in Sierra Leone

Study shows Ebola virus in Sierra Leone mutated at a normal rate

Health workers in Sierra Leone

New Chains of Transmission Spoil Race to Zero in Sierra Leone | Ebola Deeply, Covering the Crisis

New Chains of Transmission Spoil Race to Zero in Sierra Leone | Ebola Deeply, Covering the Crisis

Maria's story | Ups and downs of Ebola in Sierra Leone

Maria's story | Ups and downs of Ebola in Sierra Leone

Watsan Team disinfects Freetown Houses

Watsan Team disinfects Freetown Houses

An eye-opening look at handling the Ebola outbreak through the eyes of one of the doctors in West Africa.

What it’s like to be a doctor treating Ebola during the worst outbreak in history

An eye-opening look at handling the Ebola outbreak through the eyes of one of the doctors in West Africa.

Meet Josephine Finda Sellu. As the deputy nurse matron on the Ebola ward in Sierra Leone, she had never stopped toiling away for the sick. She's lost 15 nurses. She has not been infected.

Those Who Serve Ebola Victims Soldier On

Meet Josephine Finda Sellu. As the deputy nurse matron on the Ebola ward in Sierra Leone, she had never stopped toiling away for the sick. She's lost 15 nurses. She has not been infected.

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