U.S. Polio Efforts Aid In Extending Broader Health Care Services To Border Populations In Ethiopia

Center for Strategic & International Studies’ “Smart Global Health”: Delivering Health Services to Ethiopia’s Borderlands
Chris Millard, program manager and research associate for CSIS’ Global Health Policy Center, discusses challenges to delivering basic health care to border populations, particularly women and children in Ethiopia, as well as the positive impact of U.S.-funded polio efforts on extending broader health services to these populations (12/15).

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