The Politics of Plague

The Politics of Plague

02 November 2015

The scale of the Ebola crisis in West Africa in 2014 and 2015 challenged the national governments and international development and humanitarian agencies on multiple levels

It reverberated around the world, caused huge suffering for those affected, gripped the media and ultimately forced us all to examine how we responded, what we did well, and how we can do better. 

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The Politics of Plague

In this paper, Concern Worldwide reflects on how politics affected our response as a medium-sized INGO and the national and international response.
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