Surveillance team member Osman Sow talks with Kadiatu, who is eight months pregnant and suspected of having Ebola. Survey teams canvas the community every day to assess sick people and dispatch burial teams to collect the dead.
Workers add pins to a map showing the location of alert calls at the Western Area Emergency Response Center in Freetown, Sierra Leone. Hundreds of residents call the emergency line every day to report more possible cases in their neighborhoods.
Sidulamin Sisay, 1, rides on his mother's back. She is the aunt of a small boy and girl who were taken away to be treated for Ebola at the children's hospital in Freetown Sierra Leone. Nine members of their immediate family died from the disease. The two young children were sick and could only be cared for at arm's length.