CSIS Publishes Analyses Of Health Sectors In Egypt, Gaza

The Center for Strategic & International Studies (CSIS) on Thursday published two analyses of health in the Middle East — titled “Egypt and U.S. Health Assistance” and “Gaza’s Health Sector under Hamas” — respectively written by Jon Alterman and Haim Malka, both scholars in the CSIS Middle East Program. Alterman reflects on “the relationship which the United States has developed with Egypt in advancing health,” and Malka discusses the “factors that have driven the expansion of Hamas’ health capacities,” according to CSIS, which adds, “For each, there are very important considerations of relevance to U.S. global health policy” (2/23).

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