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Charlotte McFarlan looks at how Christian Aid’s projects are empowering the women of Sierra Leone to improve their country.

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‘Ebola is under control!’ headlines affirmed the other week. The disease has made no new victims in Sierra Leone since the outbreak started in April 2014. But the recovery process will still take a long time: not only have people died, but the economy has been severely disrupted and survivors, especially children, are left without care or protection. Mr Siapha Kamara, CEO of our partner SEND West-Africa, tells us about the struggles of rebuilding and the heroism of his staff.

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A society that is responsive and responsible, cares for the private and public welfare of everyone. It ensures that the progress of men does not diminish that of women and that the progress of one woman does not diminish the progress of another woman” says Country Director of Social Enterprise Development (SEND) foundation, Joseph Ayamga.

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Kailahun border crossing poinAs a way of showing their commitment in ensuring Kailahun District maintains its ebola free status with over 200 days without any new infectious cases, the Social Enterprise for Development (SEND) Foundation, with funds from DFID emergency ebola response fund, through Welthungerhilfer (WHH) will construct 25 shelters for security personnel at some of the border crossing points with Guinea and Liberia.

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As Kailahun District goes over 170 days without any new ebola infection case, the Social Enterprise for Development (SEND) Foundation with funds from Welthungerhilfe (WHH), have completed training for Chiefdom Taskforces in 32 remote border villages in Kailahun on ebola prevention in relation to security measures.

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A 22 years old pupil at the Kissi Bendu Secondary School in Kailahun District, Sarah Tamba, who is also a survivor of the ebola virus disease, is presently looking after six orphans whose parents Sahr and Sia Jimmy died as a result of the disease.

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The Allowance Scheme operated by SEND foundation in Kailahun District funded by OSIWA and Weitblick Germany is currently supporting six (6) foster families with 28 orphans.

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One of the mysterious survivors of the deadly ebola virus, Taiwa Sahr, age 19, is a mother of twin (Mattu and Agness Sahr) and also the daughter in-law to the Herbalist believed to have brought Ebola into Sierra Leone comes from Kpondu, a village bordering Guinea and Sierra Leone.

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Maintaining zero ebola case involves the collective effort of all especially in the area of surveillance which is the back bone of outbreak response in health care delivery system that of investigation, collection, collation, analysis, interpretation of information where action can be taken.

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With the reopening of schools during this trying time that the deadly ebola virus disease has ravaged the lives and economy of people across the Country, the Social Enterprise for Development (SEND) foundation with funds from Christian Aid, have provided orphans and vulnerable pupils in Kailahun District with learning materials and food items.

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