E.U. Signs €102M Contribution Agreement With WHO To Strengthen Health Care Systems In Developing Countries

European Commission: E.U. and World Health Organization team up to boost access to health services in developing countries
“The E.U. [signed] a €102 million contribution agreement with the World Health Organization (WHO) at the European Development Days in Brussels [Tuesday]. The E.U. will invest in building health care systems to provide quality services in more than 80 African, Caribbean, Pacific, and Asian countries. … The E.U. contribution will strengthen the WHO cooperation with governments and country stakeholders to build health care systems that provide quality health services to everyone…” (6/18).

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