Under the scourge of Ebola, the country faces a shortage of rice, a staple food.
UN Photo: Ari Gaitanis
A World Food Programme logistics hub stocked with goods for Ebola response, in Port Loko, Sierra Leone, on Nov. 2.
Kirsty Duncan Published: Monday, 12/15/2014 11:10 pm EST Last Updated: Tuesday, 12/16/2014 9:07 pm EST
While the international community’s Ebola response is working and progress is being made, more attention must be focused on Sierra Leone, where the number of cases has reached 7,897, with 1,768 deaths.
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