Ebola: Getting to zero

For communities, for children, for the future

19 month old Tamba Manzare and caregiver Rose Komano play outdoors at a UNICEF-supported nursery in Guéckédou Prefecture, Nzérékoré Region.


Ebola has taken a dramatic toll on Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone – the disease has killed thousands and affected people’s livelihoods and national economies. Ebola threatens the development progress that has been achieved in Africa in recent years. 

Ebola: Getting to zero – for communities, for children, for the future describes the impact of Ebola on children and their families, the central role of communities in the response to the disease and the international community’s support to the affected countries. 

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