Late, Slow and Wholly Inadequate – the Global Ebola Response

The report of an independent panel convened by the Harvard Global Health Institute and the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, published in the British medical journal The Lancet, says that the west African Ebola epidemic has "exposed deep inadequacies in the national and international institutions responsible for protecting the public..." It makes ten "actionable" recommendations.

Video & discussion of the Panel's report by global health experts: London | Washington DC


Ebola survivor Beatrice Yardola was one of Liberia's last Ebola patients. There could have been many fewer deaths with better national and global responses.


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