“I’m not scared anymore. I’m strong.”
Prevention efforts are easing fears, but the country is still dangerously unprepared for the arrival of this deadly disease.
Even in a year as tough as 2014, there have been a few bright moments. Here are five positive stories you helped make possible.
From famous food writers to volunteers, we’re all on the same page: It’s time to change how we think about food and inequality.
“We are helping each other to start rebuilding our lives.”
In a conversation with Oxfam America, the chef and TV star shares seasonal recipes, smart cooking tips, and much more.
In Sierra Leone, Oxfam is helping people fight the deadliest outbreak of the disease in history.
An Oxfam aid worker in Liberia talks risks, fears, and a few signs of hope.
With thousands of people dying of Ebola simply because of where they were born, the inequality of poverty has never seemed starker than it does right now.