The Ebola epidemic that struck West Africa three years ago impacted every section of society, but it was often women who were most affected by the tensions and conflict that the epidemic caused.
Ebola destroyed relationships between and within communities, and a lack of understanding about the disease created an atmosphere of fear and suspicion. As the primary care-givers and traders, women were often the most exposed to the disease, and therefore the stigma that surrounded it.
This film shares the voices of women affected by the Ebola virus. It highlights those who were ostracised, and the important work of the women peacebuilders who helped to reconcile them with their communities.
Find out more about how we're responding to Ebola-driven conflict in West Africa.