Esther and her daughter Katie are healthy, but Esther knows many of her neighbors are sick.
This is 6-year-old Miatta. Her dad and baby sister have died, and her mother and other siblings are sick. Because she's healthy, she has to stay home with no one to care for her. More Than Me took her in to watch her for 21 days in isolation. The next day, she started showing symptoms and had to be taken to an Ebola treatment unit for testing.
More Than Me staff pose at the school in front of their new ambulance. It is running thanks to philanthropist Jim Greenbaum, and picks up patients in West Point to take them to Ebola treatment units.
Ebola is real, but so is Albertnita's dream of flying.