The Guardian Interviews Experts About Effects Of Ebola On West Africa’s Long-Term Progress

The Guardian: What does the Ebola crisis mean for long-term progress in Sierra Leone and Liberia? — podcast
“With thousands dead and no end to the crisis, the Ebola outbreak threatens to cause lasting damage to progress in postwar Sierra Leone and Liberia. But just how strong were the development gains made in those countries in the first place? And what can be done to ensure that West Africa establishes better infrastructure next time round?…” Guardian staff speak with experts to address these and other questions (O’Carroll/Hill, 10/2).

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