News and Stories: Sierra Leone
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Cash payments helped participants invest where they saw short- and long-term need.
Partnerships helped meet a variety of needs in villages devastated by the deadly disease.
Communities in Sierra Leone are learning lessons in nutrition, microfinance and sanitation.
Travel restrictions meant to contain the disease also kept farmers from their fields and harvests.
They survived even as entire communities were wiped out by the deadly disease. More than a year after the Ebola outbreak in West Africa began, communities are still reeling from devastation and loss. In Sierra Leone, CRS is helping children orphaned by Ebola recover from their traumatic...
Catholic Relief Services is continuing our response to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa by capitalizing on our long history in the region, and our broad community and Church networks. The Ebola outbreak that began last March has killed more than 8,800 people. While we have seen a turning point...
Catholic Relief Services is continuing our ramped-up response to the deadly Ebola outbreak in West Africa by capitalizing on our long history in the region, and our broad community and Church networks.
The Ebola outbreak, which began last March, has killed more than 6,000 people. The...