Recommendations Focus On How Best To ‘Reactivate’ West African Economies Following Ebola

Center for Global Development’s “Global Health Policy Blog”: West Africa after Ebola: Focus on Health Systems, Households, and Firms
Amanda Glassman, senior fellow and director of global health policy at CGD, discusses the potential for long-term damage from the Ebola epidemic in West Africa and current efforts to “reactivat[e] affected households and economies.” She summarizes recommendations on how to best spend money on “health systems, households, and firms” in the region that came from a December 2014 CGD roundtable discussion (1/13).

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