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Umaru left with a gift of 90 condoms, because the Ebola virus can survive that many days in semen.

‘It was awful, really, really awful, seventh level of hell stuff,’ Henry Gray, the British operations manager of MSF’s Ebola Response Team, said.

It is easy to be sceptical about large international NGOs, to see them as bloated, bureaucratic and ineffective.

‘I’ve seen seven centres going up, and this is the first time I’ve been there when one came down.’ But they will remember the horrors of the past year for as long as they live.

They will recall how for much of that time MSF was practically the only international organisation helping the victims as Ebola rampaged across Guinea, Sierra Leone and Liberia; they will remember how in vain they begged the outside world for help as 10,000 West Africans suffered ghastly deaths; they will remember how they had to turn the dying away from their overwhelmed treatment centres, how the corpses piled up inside, and how 14 colleagues lost their lives.

Its primary goal is to provide health care to people in need regardless of their race, religion or affiliations.

To do that it remains resolutely neutral in any conflict, and independent of any political, religious or economic powers.

Long after most of the other NGOs – and television cameras – had left Haiti, for example, I found MSF in Cité Soleil, reputedly the Western hemisphere’s worst slum, treating legions of destitute Haitians racked by cholera.

In 2012 I found them secretly helping the bombed and traumatised civilians of rebel-held northern Syria when no other major NGO dared operate there.

Founded in 1971 by a group of French doctors outraged by Nigeria’s blockade and starvation of the secessionist province of Biafra, and by the international community’s silent complicity in that atrocity, its medics have since worked on the front line of countless catastrophes.

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