Sierra Leone: Life after ebola The Survivor Dream Project for women

The Survivor Dream Project
Photo: Michael Duff/The Survivor Dream Project

Twenty ebola survivors from Sierra Leone ranging in ages 15 to 48 have been selected to benefit from a new community development project called The Survivor Dream. Founded by Fatou Wurie, The Survivor Dream Project hopes to help women get back on their feet and find independence.

The Survivor Dream Project is a community designed concept for a one year period that offers a kick-start package for women who have survived Ebola in Sierra Leone. We know that surviving this devastating Virus Disease is one half of the battle – reintegrating back into society also poses an incredible set of barriers. The Survivor Dream Project seeks to provide safety net for women who have survived Ebola by building a community of supporters and cheer leaders, with the aim to ensure that each and every woman that participates in The Survivor Dream Project sets into motion her aspirations to live her life full again.

Find out how you can support SDP here: The Survivor Dream Project

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