“Chlorine is the ‘perfume’ we all wear”

Patrick Jamiru (A4 portrait)Ebola Emergency Appeal

“Here in Kenema in Sierra Leone, Ebola has settled in. You’ll find buckets of chlorine outside most of the restaurants for diners to wash their hands before entering. Our nostrils have now adjusted to the smell; chlorine has become the ‘perfume’ that we all wear.”

– Patrick Jamiru, director of Caritas Kenema, writing about the Ebola Crisis on 2 October. He visited East Anglia earlier this year in February 2014.

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