Róisín Ingle is a journalist for The Irish Times contributing features, news colour and a weekly column in the Saturday magazine.
Opinion: ‘Government strategy seems to be – pull the ladder up behind us, leave West Africans to their fate and hope that Ebola never comes to Ireland’
In Sierra Leone the virus has robbed Jamila Jawara of her home, her job and nine members of her family, including twin babies. Now she is also stigmatised by her community
Halting the spread of the disease means fighting it in Africa. But, in one of the poorest parts of the world, finding 9,000 people to take on hazardous, harrowing and complex medical work is just one of several big challenges
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