EQUALS

CORONAVIRUS IN ONE OF AFRICA'S BIGGEST CITIES - Two Perspectives From The Front-Line In Nairobi about the #InequalityVirus

April 17, 2020 The Inequality Podcast Season 2 Episode 7
EQUALS
CORONAVIRUS IN ONE OF AFRICA'S BIGGEST CITIES - Two Perspectives From The Front-Line In Nairobi about the #InequalityVirus
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EQUALS
CORONAVIRUS IN ONE OF AFRICA'S BIGGEST CITIES - Two Perspectives From The Front-Line In Nairobi about the #InequalityVirus
Apr 17, 2020 Season 2 Episode 7
The Inequality Podcast

A fascinating look into what coronavirus looks like from one of Africa’s biggest cities: Nairobi, Kenya. Max and Nabil speak to a doctor from a major hospital and a security guard who lives in one of Africa’s biggest slums about what they’re seeing – and what must be done.

This is the latest episode of the EQUALS #InequalityVirus mini-series. This one’s from the front-lines of coronavirus.

How does it feel to be a doctor right now in a major hospital in Africa? What could still be done to help healthcare workers on the frontline in the face of this crisis?

And how are communities in slums in Africa’s biggest cities experiencing this current crisis? What could alleviate some of the economic challenges people are facing right now? 

We discuss issues from debt cancelation to PPE to some exciting examples of what some countries are actually doing. Do listen, subscribe and share it with your friends and family.

Any suggestions for the next few episodes? Any stories to share about coronavirus from your country? Reach us at @EQUALSHope on Twitter - and on equals@oxfam.org !

Hosted by Nabil Ahmed and Max Lawson.

Show Notes

A fascinating look into what coronavirus looks like from one of Africa’s biggest cities: Nairobi, Kenya. Max and Nabil speak to a doctor from a major hospital and a security guard who lives in one of Africa’s biggest slums about what they’re seeing – and what must be done.

This is the latest episode of the EQUALS #InequalityVirus mini-series. This one’s from the front-lines of coronavirus.

How does it feel to be a doctor right now in a major hospital in Africa? What could still be done to help healthcare workers on the frontline in the face of this crisis?

And how are communities in slums in Africa’s biggest cities experiencing this current crisis? What could alleviate some of the economic challenges people are facing right now? 

We discuss issues from debt cancelation to PPE to some exciting examples of what some countries are actually doing. Do listen, subscribe and share it with your friends and family.

Any suggestions for the next few episodes? Any stories to share about coronavirus from your country? Reach us at @EQUALSHope on Twitter - and on equals@oxfam.org !

Hosted by Nabil Ahmed and Max Lawson.