African Governments Need To Invest More In Health Care Systems, WHO Africa Director Says

Xinhua News: WHO calls on Africa to increase investment in health systems
“The World Health Organization (WHO) on Friday called on African governments to invest more into improving health systems in order to improve the quality of health care services. WHO Director for Africa Matshidiso Moeti, who was on a three-day visit to Zambia, told reporters that funding to healthy systems in Africa is still below the required threshold, adding that both national governments and cooperating partners should ensure that this is increased…” (Danlu, 6/5).

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