The blood-clotting virus killed 4,000 people in Sierra Leone eight years ago, as well as many others in neighbouring countries.
Doctors and survivors say that they have learned lessons from the outbreak, but much of the infrastructure created to fight the virus has deteriorated after funding dried up.
As Al Jazeera's Ahmed Idris reports from the city of Waterloo, Sierra Leone.
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