Has Africa learned from the Coronavirus pandemic? Are we likely to change? What exactly is expected to change or not change?
Has Africa learned from the Coronavirus pandemic?
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Definitely Africa has learned from Corona, when the pandemic happened, there was lock-down in many developed countries and people could not travel to other counties to seek medical care this therefore made many leaders from the continent to invest more in building of healthcare facilities, training of new personnel and buying of medical equipments.
the problem isn’t Africa on itself .the problem is within the African leadership .for Africa to learn we have to stop by begin dependent to the western European countries.covid 19 was a symbolism that Africa on itself can depend on itself .
Unfortunately, as always with Africa, we were depending on the West to guide us on what to do.
Africa cannot rely on handouts
Without a seat at the table and a voice in setting the agenda, Africa is invariably placed at the end of the line. Mostly wealthy governments have spent close to $12 trillion propping up their economies against the Covid fallout, according to the IMF, with the cost of borrowing particularly cheap.
Yes but the issue is whether it will use the lesson for its benefit in case something like that happens next time.