British Foreign Aid For Madagascar’s Plague Outbreak Helped Prevent ‘Catastrophe,’ U.K. Development Secretary Says

The Guardian: Penny Mordaunt hails ‘heroic’ British aid response to plague in Madagascar
“Penny Mordaunt has claimed that ‘heroic’ British efforts to tackle an outbreak of plague in Madagascar helped to save thousands of lives. The international development secretary said efforts to control the spread of plague, which killed more than 200 people on the island last year, ‘averted a catastrophe’…” (McVeigh, 2/1).

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