After Miamu Saryon, 7, lost most of her family, neighbors protested her return home.
Dattu Lahai returned to her Sierra Leone village after being cured to find friends and family were avoiding her.
The floor of Sierra Leone treatment center where 4-year-old Mariattu Kanu languishes is slicked with bodily fluids.
The Physical Ravages of Ebola Laid Bare
Ebola-stricken Mekie Nagbe, 28, left behind a loving family after she died trying to walk to Monrovia for treatment.
Katie Meyler has spent nine years in Monrovia working to improve the lives of children through her More Than Me charity.
Comfort Harris Kollie contracted Ebola as a nurse, recovered and went back to the front lines.
Nine-year-old Nowa Paye’s village quarantined her before she was taken away for testing.
Ofori Gweah, 62, was turned away from treatment centers before he died six days after falling ill.
The Cooper siblings lost their mother in July and their father in August.
Early treatment is the key to saving patients like 9-year-old Blessing Gea.
Eight-year-old James Dorbor was already terribly ill when his family sought treatment.
Pregnant women face twice the risk, dying from Ebola or lack of maternity care.
NBCNews.com is telling 24 stories of children and families affected by Ebola to capture the untold personal tragedy brought by each death.
After they recovered, Zaizay Mulbah and Mark Jerry were hired to counsel those still sick.
Ebola has a 70 percent mortality rate but Tamah Mulbah and 2-year-old James survived.
Nora Hellman, a nurse at a Liberian treatment center, keeps life-saving reminders on a makeshift memo.
Rose Johnson’s family learned of her death from a friend who saw her empty hospital bed.
Ibrahim Sorie Kamara tries to keep his child alive in Sierra Leone.
The influx of bodies at a Sierra Leone cemetery showed the disease was spreading.
Rebecca Buegar waits outside a Monrovia treatment center while her husband is tested.
Saah Exco, 10, was pulled from a treatment center oveerun by a mob.
Mercy, 9, used the tattered ends of her nightgown to wipe her tears after learning of her mother's death.
He has already lost his father to Ebola. Now 4-year-old Banu, his ailing mother and two siblings are being tested for the virus.
Two-month-old Benson lived in a house where a relative died of Ebola. A day later, she had a temperature of 100.7.
More Than Me founder Katie Meyler takes her Instagram followers inside the heart of Monrovia where she fights Ebola, poverty, and hopelessness.
Starting Monday, NBC News and Facebook present “Spread the Story #FightEbola,” a special initiative to put a face to the human tragedy in West Africa.