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In a new computer lab at Bumpe High School, girls learn coding
During the eight months of no schooling in Sierra Leone during the Ebola epidemic, we engaged students in a checkout book program with assignments in all subjects. Students checked in for books on a daily basis and they were guided by the volunteers.
We educated the Chiefdom's people (about 40,000), especially teachers, community youth, and chiefs in 232 villages on prevention, signs, and methods of contracting the Ebola virus.