A chlorine inspector sits atop a water tank containing 0.5% chlorine. Chlorine is effective in killing the #Ebola virus, and its dilution in water is a key strategy to curbing the epidemic.
Nurse Mabel takes a patient’s medical history.
Behind the ambulances en route to our first two patients, a father and a son this past Monday, the 15th September.
Sean Casey directs International Medical Corps’ Ebola emergency response. The Ebola Treatment Center received its first two patients Monday, the 15th of September.
In a chopper en route to Bong County, Elvis looks out the window. He began his deployment with International Medical Corps’ Ebola emergency response a week before in Monrovia, where he trained with Médecins Sans Frontières staff.
View atop the Grand Hotel in Monrovia, Liberia. My first day deployed as the communications officer with International Medical Corps’ Ebola emergency response.