Resources & Information

Highlights of Ebola Deeply's ground coverage

Remembering Sierra Leone's Dr. Olivet Buck
Sunrise, Sunset: Honoring the Health Workers Who Died From Ebola in 2014
The Long Road to Quewein: Ebola in an Isolated Village
A Day in the Life: Otis Bundor, Contact Tracer
A Fisherman, A Healer and A Grief-Stricken Village: How Ebola Came to Rosanda
On Decoration Day in Liberia, Haunted by Ebola's Horrific Toll
In Koinadugu, the Paramount Chief Who Quarantined His District
Four Corners of Liberia: Portraits of a Country in Recovery
James Kaikai: ‘We’ve Been Singing the Oxygen Song Since Last Week’
The Long Read: Unlocking Ebola's Secrets
Loss, Health and Money: Ebola Survivors' Greatest Concerns
Losing Cynthia: Health Education Gaps in Post-Ebola Liberia
Shame and Stigma: A Conversation on Pregnant Girls' Rights in Sierra Leone
Frontline Jobs: What Does it Take to Be an ETU Sprayer?
After Guinea's Last Case, Portraits of a Country in Recovery
West Africa Under Ebola: Everyday Images From Ebola Deeply's Contributors
What Ebola Taught Us About the Power of Stories
Josiah Kormie, Pharmacist: "Love for Medicine Keeps You Working in a Crisis"


Final Report of the Harvard-London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine Independent Panel on the Global Response to Ebola
World Health Organization (WHO): Surveillance Strategy During Phase Three of the Ebola Outbreak
HPG Working Paper: The Ebola Reponse in West Africa: Exposing the Politics and Culture of International Aid
CDC Public Health Grand Rounds: Shifts in Global Health Security: Lessons from Ebola
The Lancet: Ebola: A Failure of International Collective Action
International Federation of the Red Cross (IFRC) World Disasters Report: Focus on Local Actors, the Key to Humanitarian Effectiveness
International Alert: Surviving Ebola: Public Perceptions of Governance and the Outbreak Response in Liberia
United Nations: Global Ebola Response: Making a Difference Progress Report
Ebola Innovation Summit Report: 21st Century Tools to Tackle Ebola and Improve Health
Medecins Sans Frontieres: Ebola: Pushed to the Limit and Beyond
Save the Children: A Wake-Up Call: Lessons from Ebola for the World’s Health Systems
Health and Human Rights Journal: Biosocial Approaches to the 2013-2015 Ebola Pandemic

Active Resources

The Interagency Collaboration on Ebola (OCHA, WHO and humanitarian partners) produces weekly situation reports
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Ebola Page
World Health Organization (WHO) Ebola Virus Disease: Situation Reports and Updates
National Institutes of Health (NIH) Clinical Center Ebola-Related Links and Resources
Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health Ebola Resources
The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine: Ebola in West Africa
The Lancet Ebola Resource Center
Sierra Leone Ministry of Health and Sanitation
Liberia Ministry of Health and Social Welfare
Nigeria Health Watch
The Survivor Dream Project
I Survived Ebola campaign

Recommended Reads

The Lancet
Ebola Collection
New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM)
Ebola Outbreak Collection
Science AAAS
Special Collection: Ebola
The New York Times
Pulitzer Prize-winning reporting on Ebola
Living Through Ebola
Goats and Soda: Health Stories
Person of the Year 2014: The Ebola Fighters
The Atlantic
Lessons from an Outbreak: How Ebola Shaped 2014
National Geographic
How Ebola Found Fertile Ground in Sierra Leone
The New Yorker
When the Fever Breaks
The Washington Post
After Ebola
Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting
Sierra Leone Survivors May Be Key to Treatment - For Any Disease
Foreign Policy
How Not to End a Plague
The Telegraph
The Survivors: Portraits of Liberians who Survived Ebola
The Atlantic
Solving the Mystery of an Ancient Epidemic
The Brave Young Doctors of Sierra Leone
Foreign Policy
Ebola: Can the Global Public Health System Learn from Its Mistakes?
Al Jazeera
Surviving Ebola is Just the First Step

Films & Books

Short Film
United Nations Millennium Campaign/Vrse: Waves of Grace
PBS Frontline: Outbreak
Body Team 12
My Spirit Took You In by Louise Troh
Called for Life by Kent and Amber Brantly
Ebola: The Natural and Human History of a Deadly Virus by David Quammen
Ebola’s Unpaid Heroes by Amy Maxmen

Resources for Ebola Survivors

In Liberia, Ebola survivors can access free care, including uveitis treatment, through enrolment in the Partnership for Research on Ebola Virus in Liberia (PREVAIL) natural history study.

The study is jointly sponsored by the U.S. National Institutes for Health (NIH) and Liberia’s Ministry of Health – at Monrovia’s John F. Kennedy Medical Center, Redemption Hospital, Duport Road Clinic in Paynesville and C.H. Rennie Hospital in Kakata.

Additionally, Medecins Sans Frontieres (MSF) runs an Ebola survivor clinic at the site of its paediatric hospital in Gardnersville, Monrovia. International Medical Corps (IMC) also treats Ebola survivors at its facility in Bong County.

The Sierra Leone Association of Ebola Survivors advocates for free screening and treatment, and can advise on services. A team of ophthalmologists from Emory University runs the Quiet Eye West Africa project, which includes sporadic visiting services in Sierra Leone.