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Research outputs: EBOLA VIRUS
In the 1990s, the anthropologist Nancy Scheper-Hughes produced an unsettling ethnography of death, violence and hope in a shantytown in nort...
At a macro-level there appears to be a shift taking place in health care in Africa and related outputs. Weak and burdened management of soci...Download this report