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Photoreportage : Les Sierraléonais continuent de ressentir l’impact d’Ebola

A farmer from Mansantigie village in Sierra Leone works his fields during the Ebola outbreak.
(Aurelie Marrier d’Unienville/IRIN)

Tandis que la Sierra Leone continue de lutter contre l’épidémie d’Ebola, les choses s’améliorent sur certains fronts, comme c’est le cas pour les taux d’emploi et de fréquentation scolaire. Pourtant, de nombreuses familles disent manquer de nourriture et les taux de malnutrition restent élevés chez les enfants de moins de cinq ans.

Cliquer ici pour accéder au photoreportage d’IRIN sur la manière dont certaines familles se battent pour survivre. 

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