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Getting Back to Normal

…Or whatever passes for normal in a post-conflict, post-epidemic country.  We’re not quite Ebola-free, but the countdown has begun.  We’ve gone ten days without a new case.   253 more words


A Quiet Sadness

I arrived in Liberia exactly one week ago. Nurses met the airplane at the terminal and asked everyone to wash their hands while they aimed thermometers at our temples. 840 more words



I have lost count of the number of times I have washed my hands with chlorinated water in Sierra Leone over the last week, and now in Liberia over the last day. 63 more words

Tips For Getting Back On Your Nutrition Track

Do the difficult things while they are easy and do the great things while they are small. A journey of a thousand miles must begin with a single step. 701 more words


5 Injured When Driver Loses Control While Pulling Out of Monrovia Car Wash

A sedan pulled out of a Monrovia car wash and apparently lost control Friday, crashing and leaving five people hurt, including the vehicle’s driver.

The collision occurred at 935 E. 181 more words

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Vacancy for HR Manager

Handicap International, is a International Non-Government Organization, works alongside people with disabilities and in emergency situation. Handicap International’s program in Sierra Leone has been operational since 1996 focusing on physical rehabilitation service delivery and in general the promotion of rights and social inclusion of the Persons with Disabilities and their empowerment. 517 more words

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