This brief summarises some key considerations about food insecurity, the migration of men and youth for work and the implication these movements may have for the Ebola response. The details have been collated from suggestions and insights provided by networks of anthropologists* who work Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea (both in-‐country and remotely). These are general considerations that are broadly relevant to the movement of people during the dry season, but further investigation into local specificities is required. The French version of the report is Continue reading →
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