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Blog | Africa’s Davos Agenda

Blog | Africa’s Davos Agenda

AGI's Andy Ratcliffe takes a look at what delegates at the World Economic Forum are likely to be discussing when it comes to Africa in 2015. ...

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In memory | Kate Gross 10.7.1978 - 25.12.2014

In memory | Kate Gross 10.7.1978 - 25.12.2014

We are deeply saddened by the passing of Kate Gross on Christmas day. She died peacefully at home in Cambridge, as she had wanted, after a two year battle with cancer....

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Blog | An epidemic of compassion

Blog | An epidemic of compassion

AGI's Pete Harrington writes about the importance of the 'Ebola must go' campaign in Liberia for Medium. ...

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Blog | Inside the National Ebola Response Centre

Blog | Inside the National Ebola Response Centre

AGI's Rupert Simons explains why poor information was holding back the Ebola response in Sierra Leone and what is being done to ensure data can help beat the virus. ...

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Media | Response to Sunday Telegraph article on AGI

Media | Response to Sunday Telegraph article on AGI

An article published yesterday by the Sunday Telegraph attempts to create an entirely false insinuation about AGI’s work in South Sudan in 2013. ...

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Award | Tony Blair receives Global Legacy award

Award | Tony Blair receives Global Legacy award

AGI's patron and founder Tony Blair has received a Global Legacy award from Save the Children for his commitment to Africa from the Gleneagles G8 to the work of AGI. ...

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Blog | The role of an Ebola Emergency Response Centre

Blog | The role of an Ebola Emergency Response Centre

AGI's Victoria Parkinson explains the role of Freetown's Western Area Emergency Response Centre in tackling the Ebola outbreak in Sierra Leone. ...

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Visit |Tony Blair visits countries affected by Ebola

Visit |Tony Blair visits countries affected by Ebola

AGI’s patron and founder Tony Blair is in West Africa this week to see first-hand the work being done by our teams to combat Ebola. ...

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Media | Still not enough beds or health workers to meet Ebola needs

Media | Still not enough beds or health workers to meet Ebola needs

AGI has revealed that unless more is done there could be a shortfall of over 6,000 Ebola beds in West Africa by December. ...

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Event | Doing development differently

Event | Doing development differently

AGI’s Andy Ratcliffe and Dan Hymowitz met with leading development practitioners and researchers this week at an event organized by the Harvard Kennedy School and the Overseas Development Institute (ODI)...

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