Buba Seka usually works as a waiter in the Kololi area on the north-west coast of The Gambia.
He has a wife and two small children to feed, but he's currently sitting at home, jobless.
He usually starts work at the end of September, just before the tourist season starts, but he hasn't worked for more than three months as a result of the Ebola crisis.
The virus itself may not have spread to the Gambia, but its impact is being felt - holidaymakers are being put off from visiting the country.
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