Sierra Leone

The Ebola Crisis, October 2015

By October 2015, the Ebola outbreak in West Africa was nearly over. Nearly 12000 people had died throughout the region. For the survivors of the virus, and the families left behind, the long term effects of the outbreak were only just starting to emerge.

  • Members of the  Combined Joint Inter Agency Task Force  (ISAT) from the British military take part in a demonstration. Kate Holt.
  • A bucket, containing rubber gloves and sharp materials  at the Grey Bush Community Health Centre in Freetown. Kate Holt.
  • Isatu B (R) who is 33,  and her younger cousin Emma, who is 13,  pose for a photograph with certificates. Kate Holt.
  • A woman smokes fish by the seaside in the Magazine Wharf area of  Freetown, Sierra Leone Tuesday, Oct. 13, 2015. Kate Holt.
  • Children play beside a waterway that is choked with rubbish in the Magazine Wharf area of  Freetown, Sierra Leone. Kate Holt.
  • Aisha Mansaray, and her son, Mohammed Kamau, 13 years old, hold up a photograph of their husband/father who died of Ebola. Kate Holt.
  • Sergent Solomon Kamara, who is part of the  Joint Inter Agency Task Force ( JIATF) walks down a line of children's graves. Kate Holt.
  • A young boy poses for a photograph with his mother in the quarantine area at the PTS 1 Ebola Treatment Centre. Kate Holt.
  • A Safe Burial team buries a body watched on by members of the Joint Inter Agency Task Force (JIATF) from the British Military. Kate Holt.
  • Members of the  Combined Joint Inter Agency Task Force  (ISAT) from the British military take part in a demonstration. Kate Holt.
  • Members of the  Combined Joint Inter Agency Task Force  (ISAT) from the British military take part in a demonstration. Kate Holt.
  • Members of the  Combined Joint Inter Agency Task Force  (ISAT) from the British military take part in a demonstration. Kate Holt.
  • Members of the  Combined Joint Inter Agency Task Force  (ISAT) from the British military take part in a demonstration. Kate Holt.
  • A Safe Burial team buries a body watched on by members of the Joint Inter Agency Task Force (JIATF) from the British Military. Kate Holt.
  • Kadiatu Bangora, who is 22 years old, poses for a photograph with her baby at the road side food stall. Kate Holt.