Donka Ebola treatment centre in Conakry, Guinea.
Ebola and Marburg

MSF evolves as it forms the vanguard in ebola fight

When the Ebola virus began relentlessly spreading in Sierra Leone months ago, government officials made an urgent plea to Doctors Without Borders, all that appeared to stand between the country and chaos.

“They asked us to be everywhere,” recalled Walter Lorenzi, the medical charity’s former coordinator in Sierra Leone. “They didn’t know what to do.”


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