(AGI) Rome, Sept 30 - At least 3,700 West African children havelost one or both parents to Ebola, Unicef said on Tuesday.Those who survive are often shunned by family and locals forfear of contagion, said the UN children's agency. "Thousands ofchildren are being orphaned" and Ebola orphans need to beidentified and cared for, said the organisation's West-CentralAfrica director, Manuel Fontaine. Tuesday's figure wasannounced following a two-week field mission to Guinea, Liberiaand Sierra Leone. (AGI) . .