World Bank Health Specialist, Consultants Discusses Lessons From Nigeria’s Responses To Polio, Ebola

World Bank’s “Investing in Health”: Nigeria’s seven lessons from polio and Ebola response
Ayodeji Oluwole Odutolu, senior health specialist in the Africa region at the World Bank, and Ritgak Dimka and Mayowa Oluwatosin Alade, both health, nutrition, and population consultants at the World Bank, discuss lessons from Nigeria’s experience with and responses to the polio and Ebola epidemics (1/5).

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