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Women in rural Cameroon face stiff challenges, like widowhood rites and sexual violence. Customary law also cuts women off from holding property or land, critical sources of economic development.
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The government of Liberia has secured a new national cemetery site for all Ebola-related deaths, balancing public health concerns and religious communities' desire for dignified burial ceremonies.
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The Ebola crisis is taking a heavy toll on the fishing industry in western Liberia on the border with Sierra Leone.
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The usual glamor and celebrations of Christmas and the New Year have begun unfolding across Liberia, but there is a shadow hanging over the festivities.
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Liberia's last confirmed Ebola patient was discharged from the Chinese-run Ebola Treatment Unit near Monrovia on March 5, 2015.
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Liberian officials are asking the public to ignore claims by a government-licensed witch doctor that the 'curse' of Ebola can be cured by herbs, prayer, and phone calls to ancestors.
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The Director of Liberia's Catholic Media Center says the dissemination of credible and unifying media content is essential to peace building in a post-conflict society.
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President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has launched a renewed campaign vowing to protect families, communities, and the entire country against the plague of Ebola.
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The archbishop of Douala, Cameroon, took to the pulpit to denounce priests who compel donations from their congregations in order to live more comfortable lifestyles.
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Religious leaders are now giving medical advice to the public to prevent further spreading of Ebola in Sierra Leone.
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