It is 10 months since the World Health Organisation declared that the Ebola outbreak in west Africa was at an end; but the aftermath will take many years to resolve.
14 October 2016
Three West African bishops have briefed members of the Church of England’s General Synod this week on the Ebola crisis and the role played by the church in tackling it. The Bishops of Bo, Freetown, and Guinea were joined by representatives from the Anglican mission agency United Society and the Anglican Alliance.
19 February 2016
The response of Anglican churches and other faith communities to the Ebola outbreak in West Africa can serve as a model for addressing other epidemics, the Anglican Alliance heard this week.
19 February 2016
Practical efforts, advocacy, prevention and prayer witness were inspirational during ‘deeply traumatic time,’ says WCC
13 July 2015
Faith-based health professionals play essential role in community health, particularly in times of crisis.
26 May 2015
Congregants allowed to forgo temperature check before attending worship services
11 May 2015
Life-saving health messages needed in local communities in Sierra Leone to prevent new outbreaks
27 March 2015
As Ebola infection rates drop in Sierra Leone, Christian relief agencies are urging global and national institutions, donors and policy makers to ensure Sierra Leone’s faith leaders are given a “pivotal” role in their post-Ebola recovery plans.
12 February 2015
Archbishop Justin Welby meets with children affected by Ebola during visit to Freetown and Tintafor.
17 December 2014
Christian Aid is training hundreds of local volunteers in Sierra Leone
09 December 2014