The BMJ. 

In the wake of the 2014-2016 West African Ebola outbreak, there’s been an increased focus on so-called “health security” efforts in the region, with countries like Sierra Leone receiving tens of millions of dollars in aid to support disease tracking. Yet the health system remains fragile and unable to respond if threats do occurs. This piece considers whether health security efforts should be prioritized when so much of Sierra Leone’s basic health system remains in shambles.

Read the piece here.