Women in Sierra Leone wear yellow in solidarity against ebola

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A day before Sierra Leoneans began a 3 days stay at home for ebola women and some men wore yellow as a part of a campaign to recognize women’s contributions to the first against ebola. Yellow was chosen as a symbol of hope and to represent women’s energy.

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Aminata Dumbuya
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Amizo Bah
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Ellen Keister
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Mahawa Sandi
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National Ebola Response Staff – Yvonne Aki-Sawyer (second from right)
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Nicky Spencer-Coker
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Niematulai Bah
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Joe Koroma and her staff at Afromeric Salon
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UNICEF staff Freetown