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Africa Ebola's aftermath in Sierra Leone: 'this is how I know women are so strong'

Women were disproportionately affected given their roles as caregivers. Today, women try to lean on one another to move their lives forward post-recovery.

When Meminatu Sesay began to feel sick one day in September 2014, no one told her sister Fatmata to hold her as she cried, or to wipe the sweat from her flushed face. No one asked Fatmata to clean up after her sister, to bring her water, or to crack jokes to pass the overheated afternoons in her sister’s sweltering tin house.

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