The year 2014, Liberia, West Africa. The country is confronted with the most deadly disease in recent history: Ebola. Public life including the health system have come to a standstill. At the time the German Red Cross assists the national John F Kennedy Medical Centre in Monrovia with the establishment of a triage unit, where all incoming patients are tested on signs of Ebola. The representing officer of the Red Cross is invited to visit the neighboring Japanese-Liberian Friendship Maternity Hospital, attached the Medical Center. The Maternity Hospital has been established in 1983 with the support of the Japanese International Cooperation Agency JICA.