Very Interesting Piece on Inequities peripheral to the recent Ebola Criss

Dear Colleagues,

I found the following IDS blog to be of great interest. It is particularly recommended to those working on evaluations of systemic and structural issues perpetuating gender inequities and violence in a variety of contexts. To access the blog, please click on the following link:

IDS Blog on Ebola crisis-related inequality and violence

Michele

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Comment by Rituu B Nanda on April 2, 2015 at 23:06

Thanks Michele for drawing our attention to this article. I have shared it in Constellation community with credit to you. Please scroll down and you will find it here http://aidscompetence.ning.com/forum/topics/what-experience-can-we-...

I found this statement powerful- Oosterhoff and Wilkinson remind us that, in mistrusting ‘community’..., while failing to provide sufficient resources to those same individuals to enable their ‘appropriate’ management of the disease.

I am working with Pauline Oosterhoff and recently we had this discussion. Both community engagement and a strong link between communities and those providing medical services is essential for effective response.

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