Been here for a week watching
now i am ready to speak
Touching down at in Monrovia to face masks and infrared thermometer scans
as i walked out of the airport the security guard whispered
don’t let anyone touch you
Training ambulance driver with the personal protective equipment as More Than Me founder Katie Myler organizes the community response in west point
Trying to maintain some sense of normality we go to Rasta Beach for Katie’s 32nd birthday. Last year for her birthday she opened a school that is no the home of the response team and ambulance unit
Atop of the more than me guest house that has been shut down /// how can this be used to in the battle of Ebola
sunset interview with ester, who is a staff work at the More Than Me house. Her only brother died of ebola int he bush and she is working to spread awareness in the community that is being ravaged by the virus
a meeting of the partners in the battle to contain Ebola in west point, organizing the different arms of outreach to maximize the impact
Our ambulance drivers and attendants in the back of a of the pick up truck headed to Elwa MSF treatment center for training on using the personal protective equipment
From the terrace of the Mamba Point hotel. This is where all the journalists and international aid workers are staying even during the war this was a safe zone.
A typical day on Rasta beach, music and laughter hair being braided small food being sold off the tops of peoples heads in spite of the virus life carries on arties made music is played and people try to keep their spirits afloat
The pool at our hotel which is also an apartment complex housing some of my friends from European Union who were hosting a topless and cocktails sundown party. For months not of these people have been to any gatherings they had been shattered in their homes and we’re beginning to go stir crazy small events like this help give people sanity in this growing crisis.