I SURVIVED EBOLA:THANKS TO ASEOWA
Alimatou Camara Speaks of her battle with Ebola and of the Care she received at the ASEOWA run Ebola Treatment Unit in Guinea
Guinean Alimatou Camara, a seventeen year old housewife in a polygamous union, lost her mother in-law, her only daughter and her stepdaughter to Ebola. She got infected too, but survived, thanks to the African Union Support to Ebola Outbreak in West Africa (ASEOWA).
By Lilas Belepe,
Communication Officer, ASEOWA Guinee
A resident of Forécariah, a town situated one hundred kilometres away from Conakry, the capital of Guinea, she narrates the ordeal that befell her and her family, her battle with Ebola and the time she spent recovering at the African Union run Ebola Treatment Unit (ETU), in Coyah.