Congratulations to Professor Harris Ali and his team.
Their study entitled, “The Role of Social, Cultural and Environmental Factors in Improving Ebola Virus Disease Response and Resilience: Exploring the Potential of Community-Based Initiatives,” received an award of $359,968 over two years.
- Exploring community-based initiatives to improve Ebola virus response and resilience
- Rapid Research Fund for Ebola to support four projects
Principal Investigators: S. Harris Ali (York University, Sociology) and Mosoka Fallah (National Public Health Institute/Community-Based Initiative, Liberia)
Project Team: Roger Keil (FES), Ellie Perkins (FES), Pablo Idahosa (LA&PS/International Development Studies), Joseph McCarthy (Sierra Leone Urban
Research Centre), Axel Lehrer (University of Hawaii), Barlu Dumbuya (Disaster and Emergency Management Studies), Michaela Hynie (LA&PS/Psychology), Robin
Bloch (Urban Planning ICF, London)