Health Systems Strengthening Must Be Part Of Development, Especially After Ebola, NGO Officer Says

IntraHealth International’s “Vital”: In Sierra Leone, Life and Health Systems Grind to a Halt as Ebola Rages On
Margarite Nathe, senior editor/writer at IntraHealth International, interviews Mohamed Jallow, a grants officer with the organization, about the Ebola epidemic in his native country of Sierra Leone and the progress that’s been made in containing the disease there. “Ebola’s impact will extend beyond the obvious loss of life and effects on the health system. … Ebola has shown us that you can never neglect the health sector at the expense of development. They go hand-in-hand,” he said (1/14).

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