Ebola Needs Analysis Project (ENAP): Sierra Leone Multi-Sector Assessment Reports (April 2015)

Assessment Capacities Project, (2015)

The number of new Ebola infections in Sierra Leone is declining, despite the outbreak continuing to claim lives. New cases have dropped to around 9-12 per week, according to recent WHO figures. There were over 500 cases per week at the height of the crisis around late November 2014. The impact on the lives of the thousands of people directly affected by the disease has been devastating. It has caused substantial suffering to many others, leaving the population very vulnerable.


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