Fighting the outbreak at Ebola’s ground zero… and winning | UNICEF

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“When I first heard about the Ebola outbreak, I was afraid because I have kids myself,” said Dr. Sara Nkaba.

Sara is the head of the Madina health center in Gueckedou, Guinea which at the height of the outbreak continued to provide vaccination and prevention services for the community.

Guinea was the first nation to report cases in the current Ebola epidemic.
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MonoMiku Productions says:

Thank god, that the people at that country are getting vaccinations and getting medical treatment!

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