Liberia: Emergency funds lift families up after Ebola
Markets and livelihoods came to a halt when the worst outbreak of Ebola in history swept through West Africa. Find out how cash is helping hard-hit families get back on their feet.
What happens after Ebola?
After a year of fighting Ebola, Liberia faces a rocky road towards recovery. See how we equipped 2 million people with lifesaving information, and what we’re doing next to help people recover.
Liberia: Quick facts: What you need to know about stopping Ebola
What will it take to end the largest Ebola outbreak in history? Get the facts about the reality on the ground and what we're doing to contain the disease.
Liberia: Photos: Ebola prevention in action
The fight against Ebola isn't over. Our team, along with 15,000 community educators, is bringing lifesaving information to Liberia's most remote areas.
Liberia: Ebola response diaries: Isaac
Ebola response team member Isaac has always had a passion for working with vulnerable youth. Now, he's determined to empower young people in Liberia to protect themselves and stop the Ebola crisis.
Ebola response diaries: Morris
Operations Manager Morris Saysay knows firsthand the danger of Ebola after losing his cousin to the virus. But he's more determined than ever to help his country overcome this crisis.
Ebola response diaries: Nyema
Most members of our Ebola response team are from Liberia. Hear how they’re living with the outbreak and why they’re determined to help their communities beat the virus.
Report: Battling Ebola’s economic consequences
Fewer jobs and lower incomes mean most Liberians don't have enough to eat. What we're doing to address the deepening food crisis.
Ebola response: Mobilizing communities to stop the spread
Mercy Corps is launching a massive public education campaign to help contain the Ebola outbreak. How we’ll equip 2 million people to prevent transmission.