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.
The push for zero cases of the deadly hemorrhagic fever, while difficult, is an essential mark for the afflicted countries to achieve.
With the help of her granddaughters, a tribal elder named Mama Tumeh implemented community-based solutions that have been recognized as the driving force behind Liberia’s success in fighting Ebola.
We spoke with several former patients experiencing reverberations of the body's battle against the disease, including severe joint and body pain, headaches, and traumatic flashbacks.
A wave of Ebola infections crippled Liberia's economy. As it wanes a year later, it is clear that women who have lost husbands have been particularly hard hit.
Liberian mothers kept their children away from clinics during the Ebola outbreak, leading to an increase in malnutrition and a decrease in vaccination rates.
Students across the West African nation were required to have their temperatures taken before entering classrooms for the first time in six months.
VICE News spent time with members of the 101st Airborne as they went about the chaotic task of helping to end Liberia's current fight against Ebola.
Liberian schools forced to close because of Ebola are set to reopen February 2, but the country's education system could look vastly different than it did only a year ago.
To help curb the spread of Ebola, the Liberian government in August ordered mandatory cremation in Monrovia. The ban was recently lifted, but many still don't want to give up their dead.
Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf had lifted the months-long curfew, for just one night. A night of celebration and prayer ensued.