Two-year-old Fatmata Dondoh Barrie of Sierra Leone is a very lucky little girl. In September 2014, her father, Ibrahim, contracted Ebola while assisting a sick man who later died of the virus. But unlike many other parents who have fallen victim to Ebola, Ibrahim survived. Thanks to early reporting of his symptoms – reporting that his friends and family discouraged due to fears that he would actually be injected with Ebola if he went to a health facility, a common and damaging rumor - Ibrahim got the swift treatment he needed at the Ebola Treatment Center in Hastings, Sierra Leone. On October 20, 2014, he was cleared of the virus and released to return to his home and community. Since then Ibrahim has taken to the airwaves, using radio – the most powerful form of mass communication in Sierra Leone – to fight the Ebola outbreak, end survivor stigma, and instill hope in his countrymen and women by sharing his story.