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October 31 2014

From Global development | The Guardian Fri Oct 31 2014, 10:36:34

Experts are urging the world to heed the wider implications of the Ebola outbreak. Could it change our approach to global health? Continue reading...

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From Global development | The Guardian Fri Oct 31 2014, 09:34:00

The tardy initial response to the Ebola outbreak in west Africa was compounded by flawed health systems. We examine why the global health community was so slow to mobilise, and what can be done to prevent a recurrence of the crisis Continue reading...

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From Global development | The Guardian Fri Oct 31 2014, 03:17:56

Sparsely-equipped hospitals and beleaguered staff battle a disease whose victims outpace the number of beds being built

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October 30 2014

From Global development | The Guardian Thu Oct 30 2014, 13:29:49

With pledges of $5.4bn for Gazas postwar reconstruction, and hotels intact, some see a chance to reconnect with the world Continue reading...

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From Global development | The Guardian Thu Oct 30 2014, 12:54:38

Crisis forces World Food Programme to operate beyond its remit by contributing to construction, transport and communications Continue reading...

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From Global development | The Guardian Thu Oct 30 2014, 08:33:39

Amid fears of renewed conflict in South Sudan, ethnic rivalries are complicating efforts to move refugees from flooded camps Continue reading...

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From Global development | The Guardian Thu Oct 30 2014, 06:22:00

British military medics train Sierra Leonean hygienists in the hope of curbing the spread of the Ebola virus. The local healthcare workers are shown how to prevent the spread of the disease by wearing protective clothing and disinfecting themselves. The training centre is expected to be graduating 240 workers a week by the end of the month Continue reading...

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From Global development | The Guardian Thu Oct 30 2014, 03:00:38

The South American giant needs to live up to its ideals on the global stage, and civil society activists have a role to play Continue reading...

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October 29 2014

From Global development | The Guardian Wed Oct 29 2014, 17:38:00

US president Barack Obama praises health workers battling Ebola in the worst affected West Africa nations. Obama's comments come as the World Health Organisation suggested on Wednesday that Liberia may be seeing a decline in the rate of transmission of Ebola, with falls in the number of burials and new admissions as well as a plateau in laboratory-confirmed cases Continue reading...

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From Global development | The Guardian Wed Oct 29 2014, 13:01:39

Report by charity contrasts devastating effects of deep recession alongside wealth of richest elite increasing by $0.5m a minute Continue reading...

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