Ebolas focus on the comparatively poorly documented role of local responses to the epidemic makes it a must read for all involved in epidemics epidemiology and public health richards wisely nods to the key role of national and international epidemic control but his central thesis is that rapid local adaptation and common sense led to the ebola epidemics downturn. Ebola how a peoples science helped end an epidemic african arguments paul richards on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers in 2013 the largest ebola outbreak in history swept across west africa claiming thousands of lives in liberia. Paul richards is an anthropologist with over forty five years experience of living and working in west africa he is emeritus professor of technology and agrarian development at wageningen university in the netherlandsand and adjunct professor at njala university in central sierra leone. Ebola how a peoples science helped end an epidemic is one of the first books to provide an in depth analysis of the recent pandemic in west africa the author paul richards has done an excellent job in bringing to the fore community efforts in responding to the virus. Ebola paul richards african arguments written by experts with an unrivalled knowledge of the continent african arguments is a series of concise engaging books that address the key issues currently facing africa
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