Country Ownership Important For Successful Health, Development Programs, According To NTD Report

The Guardian: Lessons in global health: let poor countries run their own program
“…In the wake of the Ebola crisis and in preparation for the Sustainable Development Goals, these success stories [discussed in the third progress report of the London declaration on NTDs] are important best practice examples for the global health community as it rethinks how to effectively deliver sustainable programs. … Country ownership doesn’t just encourage policymakers to come up with strategies to reach their entire populations with health interventions but it also enables them to practice good resource management…” (Filou, 7/20).

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