WHO Africa Regional Director Moeti Discusses Agency’s Funding Challenges, Lessons Learned From Ebola

Al Jazeera: WHO: Africa’s health care suffering from lack of funding
“A lack of funding is hampering the fight to improve health care in Africa, the World Health Organization’s (WHO) regional director for the continent has warned, calling for additional resources to improve access to life-saving treatments. … Al Jazeera spoke to Dr. Matshidiso Moeti, the WHO’s regional director for Africa, on the obstacles facing the organization in the region, what lessons were learned from the Ebola crisis, and what future does the continent face in light of the WHO’s funding shortage…” (Ghani, 12/17).

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