Seyi. 17. Nigerian American. Believer.
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When you have family, especially a parent who refuses to come home because of whatever business reasons in Liberia, while they shut down borders and flights, people dying by the hundreds including medical personals and missionaries… You’d have a lot on your mind too. Not really in the greatest mood these days, PLEASE PRAY FOR WEST AFRICA! #ebola #liberia


Call me cynical, but anyone else notice how the news didn’t really care about ebola in Africa until two white Americans got it? Or maybe more to the point, they knew the viewers wouldn’t care until two white Americans got it? An even more cynical man would say they chose only to tell you then to condition you not to care about it until two white Americans got it.


Photo by Sylvain Cherkaoui/Cosmos
In a storehouse in Guéckédou, teams prepare solidarity kits for the families of people who are ill with or have died from Ebola. Mattresses, sheets, towels, mosquito nets and soap are offered to the community to replace what has been destroyed or burned in the patient’s room to avoid contamination. “Apart from the enormous workload, it is extremely challenging both physically and emotionally for our staff,” said  Dr. Hilde de Clerck, MSF doctor. ”Outreach teams often travel long ways to reach affected communities. Many also know the affected families themselves and are witness to heartbreaking moments when people must be taken from their family or community into the treatment center.”

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