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After the outbreak

Analysis of the post-Ebola recovery period of Sierra Leone and Liberia with lessons for future health emergencies

2017 Available in English

Checking the temperature of a child at Tikonko Town Community Health Centre, Sierra Leone

Cover and page images: Layton Thompson/Tearfund

This study evaluates Sierra Leone and Liberia’s road to recovery by analysing their post-Ebola policies (particularly those for survivors and affected persons) and their implementation of these policies.


It not only makes recommendations to aid the full recovery of these specific countries, but also records lessons learnt that can be applied to the recovery period of future health emergencies.


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