Vol. 5, No. 1
COVID-19: Global Lessons from Africa.
IN THIS ISSUE
⎈ (Purse) Strings Attached: Global Health from Dependency to Decolonization by Paula Akugizibwe;
⎈ Southern Africa’s Persistent Dilemma: Coronavirus and the Lost Legacy of the AIDS epidemic by Liam James Kingsley; and
⎈ Unprofitable Diseases: Ebola, COVID-19 and the Return of Industrial Policy in Africa? by Francisco Perez.
⎈ Two Windows: COVID-19 and the World Bank’s Pandemic Emergency Financing Facility by Gbolahan Badmus;
⎈ ‘Where is God in All of This?’: COVID-19 and the Palliative Force of Religion by Abdulbasit Kassim;
⎈ For the Community, By the Community: COVID-19, Design and Handwashing Infrastructure in Nigeria by Mambidzeni Madzivire & Nifemi Marcus-Bello; and
⎈ A Monstrous Overlap: COVID-19 and the New Climate Change Imperative by Oluwaseun Oguntuase.
⎈ Cover illustration: Adanna O.
In our next issue, scholars and experts will critically discuss modern slavery in Africa⎈