Beginning in 2015, the Ebola 100 Project sought to capture the voices of Ebola responders who worked to end the West African Ebola Outbreak of 2014-2015.
Our goals are:
To establish an archive of public, openly accessible interviews of individuals involved in the West Africa Ebola epidemic in any capacity at the local, national, regional, and international levels.
To conduct a “history of the present” of the West African Ebola Outbreak by interviewing a minimum of 100 individuals involved in the West African humanitarian response in Liberia, Guinea, and Sierra Leone, or who were active in related humanitarian response and research activities.
To build a global consortium of organizations to support the creation of a permanent, open access, oral history archive for future generations to use for research and policy development.