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What next for Ebola? | Psychosocial support

Georgina's story


Psychosocial support is vital for survivors of Ebola and their families to recover


Serious outbreak|Psychosocial Support|Survivors & families

Georgina Campbell was living in Sierra Leone when Ebola first came into the country. She quickly saw how serious this outbreak would be so she joined International Medical Corps' response in Sierra Leone as Head of Psychosocial Support.

Local people trained up in simple psychological first aid can talk to survivors and their families, and help them through their feelings of fear and anxiety.

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