By Ismatu Gwendolyn

Rebuilding Lives

USD 200,000 will provide a three year basic income for all of the 156 Ebola survivors registered by the Sierra Leone Association of Ebola Survivors in Kenema.

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About Ismatu Gwendolyn

Ismatu Gwendolyn (they/them) is an activist known for their commitment to the rights and welfare of marginalized groups, actively promoting social change. They focus on advocating for policy changes to address critical issues such as gender inequality, access to education, and healthcare. Ismatu returned to Sierra Leone to study the long-term effects of the Ebola epidemic on interpersonal, communal, and national levels.


Sierra Leone Association of Ebola Survivors (SLAES) is an organization dedicated to supporting individuals who have survived the Ebola virus. SLAES provides various forms of assistance, including medical care, psychological support, and advocacy for survivors' rights and needs.

About Social Income

Social Income is a nonprofit organization based in Switzerland that provides unconditional cash transfers via mobile phone to people living in multidimensional poverty in West Africa.

Since 2020, Social Income has been running an open-ended universal basic income program in Sierra Leone.

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