Blog Post Examines Trail Of Money Related To West African Ebola Epidemic

Humanosphere: Lost on the Ebola money trail
In a guest post, journalist Amy Maxmen examines donor pledges and contributions to the Ebola epidemic in West Africa, writing, “…Might some donor money have been better spent on the local health system? Maybe. Maybe not. But if budgets continue to be opaque, it’s impossible to learn how to optimize aid to countries that desperately need it…” (5/29).

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