Children orphaned by Ebola face long-term consequences
Clip: 10/27/2014 | 3m 9s
In West Africa, it’s estimated that at least 4,000 children have been orphaned by the deadly Ebola virus. Sometimes the children are abandoned or shunned, due to fear of the disease. Jeffrey Brown speaks with Sarah Crowe of UNICEF about the ways aid agencies are dealing with the crisis.
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