Centre for Social Transformation – Publications

EBOLA SURVIVORS AND CONDOM USE: FACTS AND INSIGHTS

In their introduction to this paper Rev. Fr. Bob John H. Koroma and
Rev. Fr. Francis M. Sehdu Sesay write:

“There is still much to do, not least in understanding the theological reality of Ebola. Thankfully, for the most part, we no longer debate the ethics of a compassionate care response. We do need, however, to engage in a more rigorous debate about the positive moral principles involved in Ebola prevention. We need to identify and value the ethical dimension inherent in a commitment to prevent the further spread of Ebola. We must begin to celebrate the core values which unite all people of good will in the face of this pandemic.”

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