Socio-Economic Impacts of the Ebola Virus Disease in Africa

Author:
UNECA
Publisher:
UNECA
Publication Date:
15 December 2014
Tags:
Aid and Assistance, Ebola, Economy, Business and Finance, International Organizations and Africa

The study looks at the outbreak's impacts- qualitative and quantitative-endeavouring to grasp the interrelations among them by investigating mechanisms and channels of transmission, while trying to capture their size. Analysing these findings, the study offers recommendations to mitigate the disease'simpacts, including building more systematic coping and response mechanisms.


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