Moses is a student in Sierra Leone’s capital, Freetown. He grew up on the border with Guinea in Koindu – the town at the epicentre of the Ebola outbreak. Since 2012 Moses has been reporting for Radar on various issues, writing stories about trade restrictions, community solidarity and the quarantine over the Christmas period in 2014. Moses developed the featured story ‘For better or for worse’, and his reporting has been featured on Channel 4 and in The Guardian newspaper.
Some of his stories
- Moses reflects on a month without any new Ebola cases
- Moses writes about the emotional difficulties experienced during the food shortages
- An audio report on the Christmas quarantine, 2014
Moses’ feature stories
‘For better or for worse’ looks at the strain that relationships were placed under during the Ebola crisis. The disease tests the strength of a marriage, and the will of a young woman. ‘Closed for Business’ looks at the impacts of Ebola on a once thriving border town.