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Partners In Health leaders and members of partner organization WellBody Alliance visit Ebola virus survivors in Freetown, Sierra Leone, in October 2014. (Photo by Rebecca E. Rollins / Partners In Health)

Ebola survivor Momoh "Emoze" Kamara, 24, shares his experience of being treated in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Kamara, who was a taxi driver, lost his daughter and father to the disease. (Photo by Rebecca E. Rollins / Partners In Health)

PIH and WellBody Alliance members walk to meet more Ebola survivors in Freetown, Sierra Leone. (Photo by Rebecca E. Rollins / Partners In Health)

(From left) Ebola survivors Hawanatu Koroma, 18, Hafsatu Turay, 15, and Mohamed Nao, 25, answer questions about friends and family who fell ill in Sierra Leone. (Photo by Rebecca E. Rollins / Partners In Health)

Koroma, Turay, and Nao talk about the deaths of five people they knew in common. (Photo by Rebecca E. Rollins / Partners In Health)

Ebola survivor Yabom Koroma, 38, talks about losing her husband, father-in-law, and two sons to the Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone. (Photo by Rebecca E. Rollins / Partners In Health)

PIH leaders and members of partner organization Last Mile Health tour the burial area of an Ebola Treatment Unit (ETU) in Bong, Liberia. (Photo by Rebecca E. Rollins / Partners In Health)

Ebola survivors Momoh "Emoze" Kamara and Nao wind through the streets of Freetown, Sierra Leone, after being hired as PIH community outreach staff. (Photo by Rebecca E. Rollins / Partners In Health)

Koroma, now PIH staff, cares for an abandoned child in Freetown, Sierra Leone. (Photo by Rebecca E. Rollins / Partners In Health)

PIH clinician Dr. Regan Marsh cares for Ebola survivor Mariatu, 9. (Photo by Rebecca E. Rollins / Partners In Health)

A PIH clinician loads antibiotics into syringes at Maforki ETU, a PIH-supported facility in Sierra Leone. (Photo by Rebecca E. Rollins / Partners In Health)

PIH nurse Cheedy Jaja prepares to enter an infectious area of Maforki ETU. (Photo by Rebecca E. Rollins / Partners In Health)

PIH sprayers at Maforki ETU disinfect an ambulance with chlorine before receiving patients. (Photo by Rebecca E. Rollins / Partners In Health)

A patient prepares to receive an IV at Maforki ETU. (Photo by Rebecca E. Rollins / Partners In Health)

A PIH clinician pours oral rehydration solution. IV and ORS treatments are used simultaneously for each patient who is admitted to the ETU. (Photo by Rebecca E. Rollins / Partners In Health)

PIH clinicians must bring all food, medicine, and supplies necessary for patient care at the beginning of their shifts. (Photo by Rebecca E. Rollins / Partners In Health)

While waiting for patients, PIH clinicians Dr. Luanne Freer and nurse Tim Cunningham dance to relieve stress at Maforki ETU. (Photo by Rebecca E. Rollins / Partners In Health)

PIH nurse Tim Cunningham swaddles an incoming patient in a lappa, a Sierra Leonean body drape. (Photo by Rebecca E. Rollins / Partners In Health)

Dr. Paul Farmer plants flowers at the base of the “survivors’ tree,” a mango tree outside Maforki ETU, where each discharged patient ties a piece of cloth around a branch to celebrate his or her recovery. (Photo by Rebecca E. Rollins / Partners In Health)

The ribbons of the survivors’ tree flutter in the wind. (Photo by Rebecca E. Rollins / Partners In Health)

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