Tolu Oni, Future Earth’s Advisory Committee Member, Featured in Quartz Africa
“The responses across the world to the ongoing pandemic have demonstrated the possibility of disrupting current systems in ways previously considered unthinkable. However, our collective legacy will be determined by how we incorporate lessons learnt, not just in responding to emergencies, but also addressing the systemic drivers of preventable emergencies.”
This is the best time to plan for urban Africa’s next health emergency – Quartz Africa article featuring Dr. Tolu Oni, Future Earth, Advisory Committee member and urban epidemiologist/public health physician at the Medical Research Council Epidemiology Unit at the University of Cambridge.
Image: A new Lagos isolation and treatment center erected as an additional measure to handle the outbreak of the coronavirus in Lagos, Nigeria. Source: Quartz Africa
DATEApril 22, 2020
AUTHORFuture Earth Staff Member
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