SAIIA CoffeeAmbush 2: What can we learn from Ebola?

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Ebola has fast become the most talked-about health threat in the world, killing an estimated ten thousand people in nine countries to date. What emergency health response lessons can we learn from this epidemic, particularly for developing countries?

We ambushed SAIIA programme co-ordinator Erica Penfold in the SAIIA kitchen, and asked her for a 90-second breakdown of the epidemic and how Southern Africa might better prepare for threats such as Ebola.

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