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Life After Ebola: What It Takes For A Village To Be Resilient

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If you'd like to get an idea of what resilience is all about, take a lesson from Mamuedeh Kanneh. She lost her husband to Ebola. But she's stayed strong. She's caring for 13

children, her own and orphans whose parents died of the virus. Kanneh lives in Barkedu, a village of about 6,000 in northern Liberia. Ebola took more than 150 lives. In her neighborhood there were many deaths, so people in other parts of Barkedu are scared of the orphans. Follow details on http://www.npr.org/blogs/goatsandsoda/2015/02/20/387533191/life-after-ebola-what-it-takes-for-a-village-to-be-resilient