School means life for many thousands of children in West Africa.
M'mah and Adamah live in Forecariah, Guinea – a country which has been seriously affected by the Ebola outbreak. Thanks to a programme by the EU and UNICEF, M'mah and Adamah were able carry on with their education also during the peak of the epidemic. Many schools had closed, but the programme allowed them to be in a safe place where they could learn all about the disease and the ways to prevent it.
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The #EmergencyLessons campaign is run by the EU and UNICEF.
Video by EU and UNICEF