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Sierra Leonean in US Sends Medical Supplies Home to Combat Ebola

Fifty-year-old Bobby Smith of Germantown, Maryland, knows he might not be alive today if he still lived in his native Sierra Leone, one of the poorest countries in the world. The average life expectancy there is only 47. His chances would be even be slimmer now, as Ebola ravages the nation. Smith has lived in the United States for 25 years and came as an immigrant sponsored by his sister.   To give back, three years ago he began a small volunteer organization, Hope for Lives in...

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