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A Recurring Epidemic: Ebola by Treniese Polk

September 24, 2014. In this article, Treniese Polk, CHPRE Project Manager, discusses the Ebola epidemic, gives context for the patient experience in a health system of a developing country, and explains how infectious diseases thrive under the climate and conditions of developing health systems, thus propelling epidemics. At the close of the article, Polk proposes forward-thinking strategies to combat future epidemics. Click here to read the full article.

Hospital line in Chimoio, Manica (Central Mozambique)

Hospital line in Chimoio, Manica (Central Mozambique)

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