What Africa Can Teach the World About Scarcity, Tragedy, and Uncertainty During the Pandemic: Part I
This post is written by Robert Kalyesubula, MD, Nephrologist, and Founder of the African Community Center for Social Sustainability (ACCESS)
It is often said that experience is the best teacher. Well, the COVID-19 epidemic presently ravaging the world could be a driver for reverse-learning. It is time that Africa and other resource-limited communities shared their long-learned experiences dealing with scarcity, high mortality rates, and uncertainty with the rest of the world.