Interview: Antoine de Bengy Puyvallée
How Norway’s Ebola response turned into a security operation
In the fall of 2014, Norwegian staff ran a health centre in Sierra Leone that costed NOK 109 million, but ended up treating only 33 victims of Ebola. A new study shows how Norway’s initial humanitarian Ebola response turned into a security operation.
Antoine de Bengy Puyvallée, researcher at the Centre for Environment and Development (SUM), University of Oslo.
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