Frontline Health Workers Coalition Director Outlines 3 Factors Critical To Achieving Astana Declaration On Primary Care

Frontline Health Workers Coalition: Can the Astana Declaration Be a Turning Point to Finally Ensuring Primary Health Care for All?
Vince Blaser, director of the Frontline Health Workers Coalition and senior advocacy and policy adviser at IntraHealth International, discusses outcomes and policy implications from the Global Conference on Primary Health Care in Astana, Kazakhstan and outlines three factors that “will be critical to achieving the Astana Declaration.” These include: “Learn from the past and build on progress made … Be unequivocal about the task ahead … Be bold and concrete in political commitments” (11/1).

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