Ebola: Safe and dignified burials in Liberia

Since March 2014 – for the past eight months — the Red Cross and Red Crescent boots have been on the ground to combat one of most terrifying diseases on the planet that has shattered the lives of millions. Trained staff and volunteers have been providing life-saving services to communities in West Africa, expanding Ebola preparedness and response in a total of fourteen countries.
Red Cross workers and volunteers have carried out their work in homes and communities with deep knowledge of the local cultures, being sensitive to the importance of maintaining human dignity and fostering social cohesion in all activities.

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