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Scars to heal

Disease | In a country ravaged by war and epidemic, an American Ebola survivor and a Liberian pastor help residents recover from trauma
by Emily Belz
Posted 9/12/19, 03:05 pm

In August, Nancy Writebol, a missionary with SIM International, celebrated exactly five years of being healed of Ebola. She had contracted the virus during the 2014 outbreak while helping spray health workers with decontaminating bleach at Eternal Love Winning Africa (ELWA) Hospital in Monrovia, Liberia.

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Five years after Ebola

Disease | One small mission hospital in Liberia saved lives and paved the way for better healthcare in Africa
by Emily Belz
Posted 9/12/19, 12:32 am

As clouds dumped late summer rain in Liberia, William E. Pewee was on his way to work as registrar at the Eternal Love Winning Africa (ELWA) Hospital, a 54-year-old mission hospital in the capital city of Monrovia. Although he claims not to be a good singer, before his day started Pewee sang a song of worship to God.

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Emily Belz

A trip to Grand Bassa County

Liberia | Since Ebola hit Liberia, a team of doctors and nurses has traveled to hard-to-reach areas to provide basic healthcare
by Emily Belz
Posted 9/05/19, 03:57 pm

A Liberia moment: 

Metro Minute has been on hiatus because I’ve been in Liberia for a reporting project on mission hospitals. More on that will come soon in the magazine. 

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