Catastrophic bleeding is the leading cause of death – medication costing less than the price of a postage stamp could save thousands of mothers.
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Orphaned by the 2017 Freetown mudslide, Kelfala recalls the trauma of discovering his own fathers body amongst the rubble.
In a country devastated by civil war, Ebola and extreme poverty, families are being forced to use the labour of their children to survive.
We investigate how some of Sierra Leone’s poorest inhabitants survived the Ebola outbreak.