Ebola: The Year of Living Dangerously

My family, my friends felt like I had signed my own death certificate by merely deciding to come here (Ebola treatment centre). These are fellow human beings just like us who need help. So that kind of compelled me as well, to take part in this fight and I like it.” – Riky Kufa, Head of Moyamba Sub Office, Sierra Leone.

The story of the World Food Programme's (WFP) response to the Ebola emergency is best told by the humanitarian heroes and staff working at its heart.

A striking set of photographs, videos and profiles of colleagues working in West Africa does just that, bringing to life both their dedication and the personal challenges they have faced.

These colleagues have been tackling the largest Ebola pandemic the world has ever seen, with over 25,000 cases and 10,000 lives lost in Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea.

These are their stories