Managing diseases in African cities
- The Conversation Africa
Listen to Lenore Manderson, Distinguished Professor in Public Health and Medical Anthropology, in this episode of Pasha 10, The Conversation Africa's podcast.
Cities are becoming more populated as the world rapidly urbanises. At the same time, the climate is changing; hot and cold weather patterns are causing various health problems, like dehydration and diseases spread by mosquitoes.
Lenore Manderson, a Distinguished Professor in Public Health and Medical Anthropology, is today’s guest on Pasha. This episode looks at how difficult it’s to manage diseases in inner cities.
Lenore Manderson is Visiting Distinguished Professor of Environmental Studies, Brown University, USA, and Distinguished Professor, Public Health and Medical Anthropology, University of the Witwatersrand.