Mistakes were made in the U.K. response to the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone, DfID representatives have admitted, highlighting three key lessons the aid agency will focus on to improve the way it responds to similar crises in future.

About the author

  • Gabriella Jóźwiak

    Gabriella Jóźwiak is an award-winning journalist based in London. Her work on issues and policies affecting children and young people in developing countries and the U.K. has been published in national newspapers and magazines. Having worked in-house for domestic and international development charities, Jóźwiak has a keen interest in organizational development, and has worked as a journalist in several countries across West Africa and South America.