COVID-19 is reminding us that global health has long operated a model in which Africans are treated as subjects of a quasi-philanthropic complex that, in turn, feeds one of the largest industries in the world.
is a Rwandan-Ugandan writer and health professional. She has a Bachelor of Pharmacy and Master's in Epidemiology, and has worked with various global health institutions over the past decade.
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