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The Ebola 100 Project started out as an idea, or rather, as an answer to a question on the minds of thousands of humanitarians, academics, health workers, and community leaders who had fought to end the West Africa Ebola Outbreak. Responders felt that they'd seen so much, and learned so much, but that there wasn't anyone that they could talk to, and they weren't sure what stories to tell.

Our initial goal was to interview 100 people from around the world; just 1, 3, or 5 per interviewer. We sought diversity of experiences, rather than the structuring uniformity of lessons-learned. Most importantly, we asked people to tell their stories their own way, as best they could, in their own voices.

From the beginning, the project has been voluntary, collaborative, multi-institutional, and international in aspect. Today, we need some baseline funding to spread the word about our database, keep our website going and growing, support new research activities and initiatives, and continue to share everything that we have learned.


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