CASE members Martin Okpareke (from left), Maimouna Balde, Peteh Jalloh, Djenabou Balde, Mohammed M. Tijjani, Emmanuel Saquee and Francis John met at the Revival of Hope Ministries in Kansas City. CASE stands for the Committee Against the Spread of Ebola.
CASE members Martin Okpareke (from left), Maimouna Balde, Peteh Jalloh, Djenabou Balde, Mohammed M. Tijjani, Emmanuel Saquee and Francis John met at the Revival of Hope Ministries in Kansas City. CASE stands for the Committee Against the Spread of Ebola. Lindsey Foat The Hale Center for Journalism
CASE members Martin Okpareke (from left), Maimouna Balde, Peteh Jalloh, Djenabou Balde, Mohammed M. Tijjani, Emmanuel Saquee and Francis John met at the Revival of Hope Ministries in Kansas City. CASE stands for the Committee Against the Spread of Ebola. Lindsey Foat The Hale Center for Journalism

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