Three Key Findings Form Framework For Public Health Interventions

Devex: 3 key lessons for global health progress
Fiona Samuels, a research fellow at the Overseas Development Institute and the health dimension lead for the Development Progress project

“…[W]e believe that health professionals need to reconsider the way in which we prioritize, design, and implement interventions that affect the lives of some of the most marginalized populations. … There are three key findings to highlight here: 1. Genuine political buy-in is the bedrock of health progress; … 2. Collaboration at implementation level can boost sustainability and effectiveness; … [and] 3. Community power can create huge impact…” (6/5).

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