Learning from the Lockdown

[East African Business Week - Africa] - 29/06/2020
Iqbal Dhaliwal and Samantha Friedlander CAMBRIDGE – As with so much else, international development has been severely affected by the coronavirus pandemic. How might we use these lessons to reshape the sector, rather than returning to the status quo? For starters, the crisis has reminded us that (...)
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