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Ebola survivors in DRC deal with possible sexual transmission of the virus: PT 5

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An official document certifying that a person is Ebola free, in Butembo, DRC. The name has been erased for privacy reasons.
An official document certifying that a person is Ebola free, in Butembo, DRC. The name has been erased for privacy reasons. RFI/Laura Angela Bagnetto

Ebola cases in North Kivu, a region in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo have dropped dramatically in the last few months, thanks to concerted efforts by local health workers as well as international staff on the ground. But what happens after the deadly hemorraghic fever has run its course remains a problem, both for mental and sexual well-being. RFI's Laura Angela Bagnetto reports from the cities of Beni and Butembo in the DRC to find out how people are coping with life after Ebola:

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