From catchphrase to action: Learning lessons on Ebola

Everyone agrees "we need to learn from the Ebola crisis." And there's one clear area where the international community can start focusing its efforts on: the acute health worker shortage and weakened health systems in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, notes Erin Hohlfelder of the ONE Campaign ahead of a high-level meeting in Brussels on the the remaining emergency response and the longer-term recovery needs of affected countries.

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  • Erin Hohlfelder

    Erin Hohlfelder is policy director for global health at the ONE Campaign, where she leads health policy analysis and manages relationships with technical partners across global markets, focusing on infectious diseases, maternal and child health, and financing mechanisms. Before joining ONE, Hohlfelder worked for the Global Network for Neglected Tropical Diseases at the Sabin Vaccine Institute.