By Giulia Paravicini
ADDIS ABABA (Reuters) – Long after the funding for his project was frozen, Bilal Endris has kept a lonely watch over cemeteries in Ethiopia’s capital by slipping cash to gravediggers to alert his team to any sudden spikes in burials.
In a nation where fewer than 2% of deaths are registered, an increase in burials may be one of the first signs that a killer disease is on the loose.
The program was set up to monitor deaths related to HIV/AIDS a decade ago. Now…