International Business Times  |  May 16, 2017

“Ebola uncovered all of WHO’s previous weaknesses – an inability to get the necessary resources, poor coordination and communication with WHO regional offices, the lack of an open society approach embracing NGOs and addressing the cultural impact of disease. Despite the loss of life, no single person at WHO accepted responsibility. That would not happen in well-functioning organisation” Lawrence Gostin, Global Health Law specialist at Georgetown University, tells IBTimes UK.

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