Geoffrey York

The Globe and Mail

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Africa Bureau Chief at The Globe and Mail

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In August, the World Health Organization had a dire warning: Ebola might become unstoppable after it reached Lagos, Nigeria—Africa’s biggest city, where millions live in slums and…

Nigeria and Senegal Case Studies in Ebola Crisis Response

In August, the World Health Organization had a dire warning: Ebola might become unstoppable after it reached Lagos, Nigeria—Africa’s biggest city, where millions live in slums and…

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