Why the US-Africa Summit matters
In the lead-up to the three-day U.S-Africa Leaders Summit, Biden administration officials have played down their increasing concern about the clout of China and Russia in Africa. Instead, the United States says it is focused on improving its cooperation with African leaders. Dr.Ayoade Alakija, the WHO Special Envoy for the ACT-Accelerator joins us on this conversation. She shared insights on the importance of the summit and it's key focus, from the African perspective.
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It has become the central hub of a pilot project created by the WHO to share know-how on making mRNA vaccines with “spokes”, or manufacturers, from more than 20 countries.
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