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Ebola tore into the fabric of family life, and the relationships that bind them. These are two similar stories, with very different endings.
Producer & director: Paul MylesReporter: Moses Fallah James
This video is part of a series we will be running on Ebola for the next five weeks. Watch out for next week's video.
These stories were developed by On Our Radar with a group of local citizen reporters as part of a web documentary called backintouch.org
The 'After Ebola' project (a collaboration between On Our Radar and New Internationalist) has been made possible with support from the European Journalism Centre’s Innovation in Development Reporting grant.
This story was syndicated through the African Network of Centres for Investigative Reporting (ANCIR).
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