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Ebola et moi : Récits de Guinée

The town of Gueckedou, in southeastern Guinea where the Ebola break first began, has been Ebola-free since January, but its impact is still being felt.
(Jennifer Lazuta/IRIN)

Dix-huit mois après le début de l'épidémie, Ebola continue de toucher plusieurs aspects de la vie en Guinée : l'économie, les infrastructures, les échanges commerciaux, les systèmes de soins de santé, l'éducation et les moyens de subsistance. Le virus a ravagé des familles et bouleversé des vies, mais Ebola a aussi rapproché les populations et révélé des niveaux de résilience remarquables.

Des personnes affectées par la maladie ont partagé leur histoire avec les journalistes d'IRIN. Cliquez ici pour voir leurs témoignages

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