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Volume 9, Number 10—October 2003


Cultural Contexts of Ebola in Northern Uganda

Barry S. Hewlett*Comments to Author  and Richard P. Amola†
Author affiliations: *Washington State University, Vancouver, Washington, USA; †Ministry of Health, Adjumani, Uganda

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Table 3

Ways and locations in which Ebola survivors felt stigmatized

Locations in which survivors felt stigmatized % of yes responses
Men (n=22) Women (n=38)
Feared by others when you returned to the community
Rejected at market or store
Rejected at well or borehole
Rejected when walking through neighborhood 55 76

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