Covid-19 AFRICA

The global COVID-19 pandemic has not stopped University of Washington students, staff, and faculty from engaging with our partners around Africa.  To help make sure that African perspectives figure in our campus, community, and global conversation about the coronavirus, the UW Jackson School of International Studies African Studies Program is archiving COVID-19 interviews on a range of topics.  Please follow the links below to learn more about how African healthcare workers, civil servants, journalists, academics and activists are facing these uncertain times.

West Africa

Lessons from the 2014-2016 Ebola virus outbreak

SPEAKER: Vivek Nerurkar DMLT, MSc, PhD & Varney Kamara, MSc, University of Hawai'i
MODERATOR: Joseph R. Zunt, MD, MPH, Professor, Neurology & Global Health University of Washington
Western Kenya

COVID-19 and HIV: Experiences from a Large HIV program

SPEAKER: Dr. Francesca Odhiambo, MBChB, MMED, Family AIDS Care and Education Services - Kenya
MODERATOR: Joseph R. Zunt, MD, MPH University of Washington & Craig Cohen, MD, MPH University of California, San Francisco