Farmers cope with the lingering effects of Ebola

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“We found our wealth in farming.”

During the West African Ebola outbreak, farmers could not tend to their fields – crops and harvests suffered, as did the ability of farmers to earn a livelihood and feed their families. Ismail Foday, a chief and farmer in Kailahun District, Sierra Leone talks of life before and during Ebola, and his hopes for the future.


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