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Some of the money raised from Shwopping last year could have helped fight Ebola in Sierra Leone.
Fatima Bintu Camara, 18
Fatima is a member of her school's hygiene promotion group and a boarder at the local Educaid high school in Port Loko. Children attending the Oxfam supported high school use the taps to wash and clean their teeth in the morning before class. The high school, which has 600 boarders, has received an innovative solar powered water pump, a water tank, tap stands and toilets. Regular hygiene classes are also now part of the curriculum, run by their hygiene promotion group at the school.
During the Ebola crisis the Educaid School quarantined itself to prevent the spread of the disease. None of its students caught Ebola.
''With Oxfam' support we now have proper sanitation facilities in school. We are also trained on how to maintain our hygiene practices and to maintain these facilities for a long time to come. We now have clean bathrooms and it's now possible to wash well. We are feeling full of energy. We now have facilities, like brushes to clean and towels to dry our hands. So after cleaning we use those things to clean the place and dry the place off.
"Oxfam has come into our life like a family and now we have six taps. We even have a tap in the kitchen and we can just go to a tap and wash our hands. With the help of you people Ebola is staying away from us.
"Oxfam has taught us how to know about Ebola, the signs the symptoms, and now we are thankful we are safe from Ebola because of everyday practice of washing our hands frequently and having soap available.
"What do I want to be in future? I want to be a doctor, a surgery doctor. During Ebola we lost lots of doctors."