In December 2014, MIT GOV/LAB partnered with the Government of Liberia’s Peace Building Office to collect accurate data on key socio-political outcomes during the recent West African Ebola outbreak to support policymakers and other stakeholders in their response. A population-based household survey of Monrovia, Liberia collected representative data on citizen responses to government and NGO outreach efforts, knowledge, attitudes, and practices regarding Ebola, as well as current levels of food security, health outcomes, and economic hardships.

Unfortunately, the website hosting the survey results is down, but you can view screenshots of the webpages in the presentation below.