USAID Committed To Strengthening Health Systems, Increasing Access To Primary Health Services In Partner Countries

U.S. Department of State’s “DipNote”: Strong Health Systems Increase Access to Quality Health Care for All
Kerry Pelzman, deputy assistant administrator in USAID’s Bureau for Global Health, discusses USAID’s efforts to strengthen health systems and support access to primary health care services in partner countries, writing, “Ensuring healthy lives and promoting everyone’s well being takes innovative thinking adapted to the needs of local realities. USAID remains committed to work in partnership to deliver quality health services and reach the most vulnerable and underserved populations” (4/18).

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