FT Health Discusses Global Health Financing, Features Interview With WHO Malaria Program Head

FT Health: Nation states must do more to fund fight against disease
The latest issue of the Financial Times’ weekly global health newsletter highlights the risks of developing nations relying too heavily on foreign financing for global health activities and features an interview with Pedro Alonso, director of the WHO malaria program, who discusses findings from the recently released World Malaria Report. The newsletter also features a roundup of other global health-related news stories (Jack/Dodd, 12/1).

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