Since the outbreak of Ebola in west Africa a number of countries have launched information campaigns to curb the consumption of bushmeat.
The 5,000 students were expelled 'to avoid other girls following the example of becoming pregnant while attending school', authorities said.
Proponents say President Koroma was managing the country well until he was “interrupted” by the Ebola outbreak of 2014-15, so he should continue
Ouch! China's imports from Africa shrank nearly 40% in 2015 – it could get really painful for these countries
One is little-tracked but is possibly the most exposed, while even isolated Eritrea could catch a cold
The road to hell is paved with good intentions: how a project to help delivered bitter results in Sierra Leone
They made the point that their primary responsibility was not to the communities, but to their funders: the international development banks
Many Liberians are too now afraid to enter medical school. In Sierra Leone, the maternity mortality rate could increase by up to 74%!
Country was the host for ‘patient zero’—the first victim in the fever’s deadliest ever outbreak that has claimed over 11,000 lives.
No good deed goes unpunished: After Ebola, Sierra Leone’s brave burial workers rejected, fear bleak future (PHOTOS)
Many have faced stigma for their work: some kicked out of their homes by landlords; others shunned by family and friends.
The deadliest-ever Ebola outbreak since 1976 has killed 11,312 of the 28,457 people infected since December of 2013.
Sierra Leone's last known Ebola patient walks out of hospital, raising hopes of end to country's nightmare
Since first emerging in December 2013, the worst ever outbreak of dreaded disease has left some 11,300 dead - mostly across West Africa.
Guinea gives masterclass in how to bounce back from Ebola. Starting a business takes just 72 hours; this year expect 4,000 new ones
Country’s economy has been battered by it’s worst ever outbreak of the diseases, but it may just be the best African example of how to grow.
The Nigerian exchange has more than 180 securities listed, while on the other extreme Sierra Leone's has only one stock.
The serum was 100% effective after a week in more than 7,600 people inoculated, according to results published in The Lancet.
Kigali, Freetown, Luanda, Nairobi, Massawa...they are all like a boxer whose spirit will not be broken, however heavy the punch.
Ebola bounces back in Guinea, Sierra Leone: Health authorities repeating mistakes in fight, says MSF
Sierra Leone imposed a three-week daytime curfew in the last Ebola-hit areas in a bid to curb a resurgence of the deadly virus.
The results of the test on monkeys are considered important because they suggest the virus that killed at least 11,000 is not becoming more severe.
Fourteen women were infected at the burial of a widely-respected faith healer, who herself died from the virus.
At least 30 countries, mainly in Africa, would struggle against Ebola, WHO warns as it pours in more cash
Nations like Burundi, Sudan, DR Congo, and Madagascar have health systems as dangerously weak as Ebola-hit Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone's.
As Liberia takes stock of Ebola triumph, fleeing patients set back Sierra Leone's battle; cases rise
The west African nation and its neighbour Guinea had seen cases quadruple in a week, as quarantine break-outs increase.