Sierra Leone: 'needs a Marshall Plan, not a multitude of micro initiatives'
Where should Sierra Leone’s post-Ebola economic recovery start? Our experts offer 20 steps to getting the country open for business
Start by assessing the underlying causes of the crisis: A thorough post-Ebola needs assessment must be done to outline solutions that will provide jobs and stimulate the economy in the short term but also to identify long-term changes for a recovery to be sustained and inclusive. Dylan Sogie-Thomas, private sector adviser, Office of the President, Freetown, Sierra Leone
Relax the quarantine restrictions: This is the most immediate change that needs to happen. It’s these restrictions not the disease itself which caused the economic problems. Dr Peter Davis, principal, Consilience Global, Oxford, UKContinue reading...