From 1991–2002 the country was engulfed in a devastating rebel war. Over seventy-five thousand people were killed and countless numbers received catastrophic injuries. One million people were made refugees.
The war damaged most of the country’s infrastructure and destroyed over 1,200 primary schools. More than 300,000 children were left orphaned.
Since 2002, Sierra Leone has struggled to slowly rebuild it's economy and educational system.
And now the country has been hit with a deadly outbreak of the Ebola virus, killing over 3,500 people...