Mon, 17 August 2020
In the United States, the pandemic is getting worse than we ever could have imagined. Many of our political leaders underestimated the virus… And as they fumbled the country’s initial response, developing nations with far fewer resources got prepared. This week, we’re looking at Uganda and Rwanda, two countries who have fought pandemics before and were ready for this one. Both countries have lost very few people to the virus. How did they do it?
Stephen Asiimwe, Program Director, Global Health Collaborative, Uganda
Agnes Binagwaho, Vice Chancellor at the University of Global Health Equity, former Minister of Health, Rwanda
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