The Mighty Peace train returns to Freetown Sierra Leone to meet again with Aminata Kargbo and Abdul Jalloh, along with host JD Stier the three explore what it took to contain and end the Ebola outbreak in west Africa. They explore the effects of complacency, the societal cost of ignoring public health actions, which we can see manifesting as protests in the United States today. In this episode there’s deep discussion about the strategies, tactics, and solidarity necessary to contain and end the outbreak. There are powerful lessons we can derive from west Africa’s success, We rise.
A clip from the Team Survive Live event in Freetown Sierra Leone spring 2015
@isurvivedebola launches #teamsurvive Sierra Leone @seansouthey
Ein Beitrag geteilt von JD Stier (@jdstier) am Mär 18, 2015 um 7:36 PDT
Love to #teamsurvive Sierra Leone. Thank you! Off to Conakry today to meet #teamsurvive Guinea
Ein Beitrag geteilt von JD Stier (@jdstier) am Mär 21, 2015 um 2:05 PDT
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