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Faces of Resilience: Recovering from Ebola, Preventing the Next Pandemic

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Nearly three years after Ebola began its spread across Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, the countries are recovering from the most devastating health event in recent history. The countries’ people are resilient despite their uphill climb, now steepened by a catastrophic crisis in three of the world’s poorest countries.

Faces of Resilience: Recovering from Ebola, Preventing the Next Pandemic, is a story of people: the 11,000 who died, the 28,000 who were infected, the millions uninfected but devastated by the collapse of their countries and countrymen, the billions who feared the global spread of the disease, and those who risked everything to help.


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