“The arrival of Ebola in an urban area is very concerning."
At least nine cases have been reported in recent weeks, but a new vaccine and other measures are being used to prevent the virus from spreading out of control again.
Ebola did something women's rights activists in Sierra Leone had not achieved in decades — it ended female genital mutilation. But since the outbreak was declared over, the practice has returned.
Libby is the founder of On Our Radar, a platform that allows citizen journalists in isolated communities around the world to share their experiences, using nothing more powerful than a text.
We spoke with correspondent Danny Gold about the psychological effects of reporting on a deadly epidemic, and if the world will be better prepared for the next one.
In this episode from season three of the VICE HBO show, we investigated last year's Ebola outbreak, then headed to college campuse to learn how the schools dealt with the pervasive culture of sexual violence.
The preliminary results from a new Ebola vaccine look very promising.
The World Health Organization announced that there have been no new cases of Ebola in Liberia for the past 42 days, twice the maximum incubation period for the disease.
Hundreds of potential infections were reported to authorities after millions of Sierra Leoneans were confined to their homes over the weekend in an effort to stamp out the virus.
The several thousand Ebola survivors are, in theory, the only people who are now ‘vaccinated’ against the disease.
Following in Australia’s footsteps, Canada ignores the World Health Organization’s recommendations and imposes a visa ban on West African countries hit by the outbreak.
You can create the most sophisticated medicines and vaccines in the universe, but none of that matters if most countries can't afford them-or even afford to train doctors in the first place.