USAID Supports Ebola-Affected Communities In Rebuilding Health Centers

USAID’s “Frontlines”/Medium: After Ebola, Health Centers Rebuild Trust with Their Communities  –  Literally and Figuratively
Beatrice M. Spadacini, senior communications adviser in USAID’s Bureau for Global Health, discusses USAID’s efforts to help Ebola-affected communities in Guinea and Sierra Leone rebuild their health centers “while encouraging communities to take ownership of the process and driving demand for services” (November/December 2016).

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