Schools reopen in Sierra Leone as Ebola threat decreases

Schools have reopened across Sierra Leone nine months after they were closed because of the Ebola outbreak.

Schools have reopened across Sierra Leone nine months after they were closed because of the Ebola outbreak.

Unicef has trained 9,000 teachers in Ebola prevention and is also supplying hand washing facilities to every school.But some schools in the east of the country say they are yet to received new teaching materials or even the health and safety gear that was promised.

Source: BBC