On August 14, 2017, in Freetown, Sierra Leone, Mount Sugar Loaf broke under the weight of three days of torrential downpour, weeks of flooding, and years of high volume deforestation. Following years of civil war, and a deadly ebola breakout, Mount Sugar Loaf’s shifting sent a deluge of earth and water down its slope, destroying hundreds of homes, lives, and spirits in its path. As a result, Sierra Leone is at an even higher risk of losing its most precious natural resource: its people.
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