Dr. Lydiah Kemunto Bosire argues why investing in African healthcare and STEM workers would help the world fight the next pandemic.
AS INDUSTRIALIZED economies start to see Covid-19 cases decline, the threat the coronavirus poses to much of Africa will soon become front and center. This is certainly not the first time a disease or virus has drawn attention to the vulnerabilities of health systems in the global south. However, the truly worldwide nature of the Covid-19 pandemic offers an opportunity to directly compare response capacities across all countries, and makes a strong case for massive investments in critical segments of human capital across Africa.
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