Public-private healthcare the way to go

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  • Saturday, 31 Jan 2015

Too many countries are jumping on the free healthcare bandwagon without first undertaking difficult but vital reforms of health infrastructure. 

THIS week, the World Health Organisation (WHO) is meeting in Geneva to discuss its agenda for the year ahead. In addition to pressing topics such as Ebola, officials will discuss the Sustainable Development Goals – the replacement for the United Nation’s Millennium Development Goals, due to expire this year.

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