Our trip during the Easter break 2016, was a real eye-opener. The Ebola outbreak had ended and news coverage had finished - out of sight out of mind. However, the effects of the virus are clearly seen at the Ebola Cemetery; a stones throw from the camp and our school. Rows upon rows of neatly arranged gravestones lay testimony to the shocking death toll. 10 001 graves, all neatly engraved with a number, a name and an age of each victim. Children and infants make up a vast number of these.