“To my family and loved ones, yes I have been imprisoned! Yes, am suffering; the food is bad; conditions are harsh. I have been injured and receiving medications. My every moment monitored. Handcuffs, chains and armed guards facilitate my movements.”– Judge Melvin Johnson
“I think when you hear about cases of SGBV, it involves a lot of emotional issues, there is a high incidence of these types of crimes in Liberia and I think it is very serious. It is very important to tackle these” - Sofia Strand, Departing Swedish Ambassador to Liberia
The cold wind of the Ebola Virus took its first sweep in 1976. The effects of it goose bumps – very lethal, very infectious – were instantaneously felt in Nzara, a Sudanese Town, and in Yambuku of the Democratic Republic of Congo.