Chlorine to help decontaminate homes from Ebola
Having identified the homes that need to be decontaminated, Mohamed's team gets to work, mixing chlorinated water to spray down homes and property.
The team is responsible for decontaminating the houses and destroying property which may still carry the disease - such as mattresses and bed sheets - and replacing them with new items. Once complete, it means families can move back into the house and live as they did before the outbreak.
Find out more about the UK's Ebola response at: www.gov.uk/ebola
Picture: Corporal Paul Shaw/MOD