From Around the Globe: Photos from our Ebola Treatment Center in Lakka, Sierra Leone

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New photos of EMERGENCY’s Ebola Treatment Center in Lakka, Sierra Leone taken by freelance photographer Michael Duff.

About 110 people are working at the Lakka Ebola Treatment Center; these include doctors, nurses, logistics managers and cleaning staff. Most of them are from Sierra Leone with international personnel from Italy, Serbia, Spain and Uganda. We are recruiting nurses and doctors in the United States.

To safeguard both patients and staff, all personnel members have followed a specific training course involving protection protocols, the use of personal protective equipment, and14-IMG_6129 the correct movement in the set paths within the Ebola Treatment Center to prevent the spreading of the virus and subsequent contamination.


EMERGENCY is recruiting experienced doctors and nurses to work at our centers in Sierra Leone, click here to learn more.

To help support our brave staff treating Ebola at our Center in Lakka, please click here to donate now.

3 thoughts on “From Around the Globe: Photos from our Ebola Treatment Center in Lakka, Sierra Leone

  1. Kada bi svaki Srbin koji zivi u Americi uplatio samo 1$ za borbu protiv Ebole, mi Srbi koji radimo sa obolelima od ove opake bolesti, bi bili presrecni, svakome ko moze da pomogne se zahvaljujem unapred.
    Prof. Nemanja Kovacevic

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    • Thank you for your comment. Is this an accurate translation of what your comment says?
      “If every Serb living in America paid only $1 for the fight against Ebola, we Serbs who work with patients suffering from this disease would be overjoyed. Thanks in advance to anyone who can help.”

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