HealthRight Collaborator Daniel Jack Lyons Commissioned for Ebola Photovoice Project

January 7th, 2016    News

Ebola: toilet cleaners, gravediggers and survivors tell their story – in pictures

“Ebola claimed more than 10,000 lives, destroyed communities, and tore families apart. The outbreak also brought confusion and distrust. International Medical Corps commissioned Daniel Jack Lyons to give cameras to survivors of Ebola in Sierra Leone and Liberia to empower community members to tell their stories through photography, showing how Ebola spread through families and the devastation it has left behind.”

Hawa, a girl who lives in Gbolaka-Ta, survived Ebola. She asked to be photographed in this room, both the room she was born in, and the one she almost died in Photograph: Daniel Jack Lyons/International Medical Corps


Read the full on The Guardian.