Sixty Camara is a french teacher and the secretary general of the Polio Persons Development Association in Sierra Leone. He runs a radio show called ‘Voice of the Voiceless’, and has given hope to young disabled people in the country through his activism and skills training sessions. He has been reporting for Radar for nearly three years.
Some of his stories
- Reporting Ebola cases is not easy, but honesty is needed
- Religious ceremonies put groups at risk
- A Christmas without celebration
Sixty’s feature story
‘Clean Break’ shows how the Ebola outbreak became an opportunity for some in Sierra Leone. The most vulnerable learn a skill that earns an income, and gains the respect of local communities.