Blakeway’s Ebola Frontline followed British A&E doctor, Javid Abdelmoneim on his month long posting to an MSF Ebola treatment centre in Sierra Leone.

For the first time ever, specially designed goggle cameras were used to take viewers inside the fight against the worst Ebola outbreak in history, providing a “doctor’s eye view” of the heartbreaking struggle to treat infected patients. The cutting edge cameras were created to attach to goggles worn by Dr Javid and his colleagues inside the centre’s high risk zone giving viewers a front row seat to the harsh realities of Ebola and the danger of battling a disease that turns people into bio hazards. Viewers got an extraordinary insight into the impact of the virus, experiencing the frustration, pain and despair of the patients, their families and the medical teams struggling to beat Ebola, and the euphoria when some do.

Ebola Frontline was shortlisted for a BAFTA Award and a One World Media Award.

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