Here’s a sneak peek at a bundle of thanks, from 107 countries, heading to West Africa in time for the holidays. There’s still time to add your own.
You already know the big organizations working to end Ebola. But these local organizations or grassroots-led efforts in Liberia could also use a hand.
There’s not a lot of help for homeless people in Kenya. But a Facebook project wants to make their voices heard.
A grassroots association of local Ebola fighters also released a — very different — video.
“You can’t justify what happens because of what someone is wearing.” Jina Moore reports for BuzzFeed News from Nairobi.
There’s no control group, so every patient at a research site is eligible for experimental treatment.
Exclusive: “If you are in the [Ebola] unit and, God forbid, something happens to you, nobody is responsible for it.” Jina Moore reports for BuzzFeed News from Monrovia.
For months, most clinics and hospitals in Liberia have been closed because of the Ebola crisis. But that hasn’t stopped dedicated health workers from helping their sick neighbors. Jina Moore reports for BuzzFeed News from Liberia.
They don’t really work. And there are much better, more proven ways to fight Ebola. Jina Moore reports for BuzzFeed News from Liberia.
Ebola has turned dead bodies into public health threats in Liberia. But dealing with death is also about grief, loss and long-held beliefs about the spiritual afterlife.
When Ebola takes away the ability to touch, you have to reinvent the language of compassion.
Your chances of getting Ebola, even here in Liberia, are slim. But chances are, if you do, it will take away everyone you love.
Also true: No one knows exactly how many there are. Why is it so hard to count in a public health crisis? Jina Moore reports for BuzzFeed News from Monrovia.
The health workers in Liberia’s Ebola wards want more equitable hazard pay and more timely salaries. Liberia’s health minister says they’re welcome to stay home.
Some health care workers think newly announced hazard pay is too low. They say they’re giving the government until Friday to make a change.
A Liberian man diagnosed in Dallas denied that he had contact with Ebola patients when he left Liberia, according to government officials.
Diana Opoti reached into her closet and found 100 gorgeous ensembles that are defying cliches and inspiring buyers.
There are hundreds of bits of data behind the apocalyptic estimate from the Centers for Disease Control, but just one of them drove the headline-grabbing, worst-case scenario. What are the chances it’s right?
After a visit to Africa to see her biological family, a 23-year-old Spanish citizen has been held against her will for more than a month.