Multiple Challenges Contribute To Pakistan’s Failure To Eradicate Polio, WHO Spokesperson Says

Deutsche Welle: WHO: Polio in Pakistan is at a ‘tipping point’
“…In a DW interview, Sona Bari, spokeswoman for polio eradication at the World Health Organization (WHO), says that although militants and the climate of fear have definitely played a role in Pakistan’s failure to eradicate the disease, management and accountability failure on the part of authorities have also contributed to its prevalence…” (Mazumdaru, 10/6).

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