UNITED KINGDOM, London : Amy Hughes (R), a lecturer in emergency response, speaks to volunteers about specialist personal protective equipment during a National Health Service (NHS) volunteer induction and Ebola information session at the Ministry of Health in central London, on October 15, 2014. LONDON, October 27, 2014 (AFP) – Watching with horror as the Ebola crisis ravages their country, Sierra Leoneans in London are mobilising to help their compatriots fight the deadly virus back home.
Health workers are taking leave from their jobs in the state-run National Health Service (NHS) to volunteer in Sierra Leone, where at least 1,200 people have died so far.


Fofanah was one of around 80 Sierra Leonean medics who attended an event in London last week to find out more about how they could help. Mohamed Koker, a 50-year-old emergency doctor who has worked in Britain for 12 years, hoped his knowledge of languages and traditions would help break down barriers with locals. She started a charity in London to help feed people working on the frontline in Freetown, helped by her husband and relatives who are still living over there.


Although not a medic, she attended the recruitment event in London to find out what she could do to fight Ebola.



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