1. Sign on corrugated iron wall reading (English) "Welcome to ELWA-2 Ebola Treatment Unit"
2. Various of Ebola Survivors and health workers in front of treatment unit
3. Close of children who survived Ebola
4. SOUNDBITE: (Liberian English) Mamaka Kamara, Ebola survivor, who lost three grandchildren to the disease:
"My son's wife had a fever. When we went to the hospital, they said she was two months pregnant. She had a miscarriage and died. When she died, the hospital did not tell us it was Ebola and they gave us a death certificate."
5. Various of Ebola survivors waiting to receive supplies - including rice, oil, cooking pots and mattresses - to take home
6. SOUNDBITE: (Liberian English) Mamaka Kamara, Ebola survivor, who lost three grandchildren to the disease:
"When she died, we buried her, but after the burial, we started to get sick. My grandchildren and me, we were seven, but only four of us are going home."
7. Various of man helping woman who tested negative for Ebola with her supplies
8. SOUNDBITE: (Liberian English) Julia Nyei, tested negative for Ebola:
"All my neighbours will welcome me back. They all know I don't have Ebola. I was sick for three weeks before I came to hospital."
9. Ebola survivors holding certificates
10. Mamaka Kamara holding certificate and smiling
11. Dr. Jerry Brown (white shirt) standing outside treatment centre
12. SOUNDBITE (English) Dr Jerry Brown, medical director of ELWA-2 Ebola Treatment Unit:
"Definitely, we have a significant reduction in the number of cases now we have in Liberia. As a matter of fact, today (Wednesday), we discharged the last five confirmed patients we've had in our unit. So, the last five survivors were discharged today, alongside with six other persons who were tested negative on two occasions. Currently, we have only three patients in the unit."
Hospitals in Liberia have witnessed a "significant reduction" in the number of new Ebola cases, according to Dr Jerry Brown, the medical director of a treatment centre in Monrovia.
"The last five survivors were discharged today (Wednesday), alongside with six other persons who were tested negative on two occasions," said Dr Brown, who featured in the front cover of TIME magazine's 2014 Person of the Year front cover.
"Currently, we have only three patients in the unit," he added.
Patients who tested negative for the disease made their way home from the clinic on Wednesday with supplies including rice, oil, cooking pots and mattresses.
Ebola survivor Julia Nyei said: "All my neighbours will welcome me back. They all know I don't have Ebola."
Countries are only declared free of Ebola when 42 days - twice the maximum incubation period - have passed since anyone has had contact with a confirmed or probable case.
In the current outbreak, Ebola has sickened more than 18,200 people, the vast majority in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, according to the World Health Organisation.