Dr Ali awarded over $350,000 for study on the Ebola virus response and resilience

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.

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)