Aspen Institute’s Prolific New Voices Senior Fellows

Here’s the list of their writing in 2020 Many of our Senior Fellows (alumni) continue to publish articles well after their fellowship year. Here are their 322 pieces from 2020! 2013 Fellowship Cohort 1. Kennedy Odede wrote for Daily Nation, “Chance to avert disaster in urban slums.” 2. Kennedy Odede wrote for the Guardian, “’We’re …

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Neglected Tropical Diseases are Now a Forgotten Threat

BY: Anatole Manzi — Thirty years ago, I attended primary school in Rwanda. My family had no access to health care, and many days I never made it to school. In wrenching pain due to intestinal parasites, I would lay down on the roadside until I could stand again.  I cannot count the number of times …

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TEDx | To Survive the Pandemic, Look to the Teachers

ANATOLE MANZI Almost a year into COVID-19, there’s a general understanding that each of us knows what we need to do to limit the virus’s spread. Public health guidance asks that we socially distance, use personal protective equipment, wash our hands frequently with soap and clean water, get tested, quarantine, and self-isolate when we have …

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TEDx | The Silent Killer Known as Viral Hepatitis

DANJUMA ADDA There’s a disease that kills a staggering 1.34 million people per year worldwide. It wipes more than two hundred thousand Africans off the face of the planet annually. More than four people die from it every second. It isn’t HIV, nor is it tuberculosis. It’s viral hepatitis. Sadly, people generally don’t know much …

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