A sole story by Sucheta Das.
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The fight against vector-borne diseases is in dire need of new insecticides. But it’s unlikely that real alternatives will make it to the market in time, writes Julia Gross.
Filed in: Medicine
Mark Engler reflects on how one man’s protest made waves around the US.
Kath Holder looks at the state of schooling in Britain, and argues for a stronger trade union response.
The world’s media obsessed over Ebola at its peak. But what happened next? Paul Myles introduces the Sierra Leonean citizen reporters who stayed with the story.
And will Sierra Leone be ready, should the virus return? Hazel Healy travelled there to find out.
Serah Tomba went from being a student to sole carer of seven orphans.
Elizabeth Katta talks about the lingering impacts of teenage pregnancy, which spiked during Ebola.
Gangsters turned mobilizers, the Tripoli Boys kicked Ebola out of their neighbourhood. Amjata Bayoh and Mohamed S Camara find out what happened next.
Mamie Lebbi, the first woman to test positive for Ebola, describes how she survived in the bush with her husband’s help.
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