Africa 2060: Health & Development

Astier Almedom, director of the International Resilience Program at the Tufts University Institute [...]for Global Leadership, Alfredo Burlando (GRS’10), a research fellow at the Pardee Center, and Melissa Graboyes (GRS’10), author of the Pardee Center publication The Future of Malaria in Africa, discuss current trends in African health and development. Among their topics are resilience during times of adversity and disaster, lack of infrastructure, and the ethics of conducting medical research in Africa.

Hosted by the Frederick S. Pardee Center for the Study of the Longer-Range Future on July 1, 2010.

Tags: health, africa, pardee center, Ethics, adil najam, disaster, africa 2060, melissa graboyes, alfredo burlando, astier almedom, pardee house seminars, development, traditional medicine, medical research, adversity, infrastructure, resilience

Report abuse


No comments yet - post one below!

Post your comment