Taking charge of health

Funding the gap: Low fees for treatment in public health facilities mislead the public about the true cost of healthcare.

FOR the upcoming Budget 2023, the Galen Centre for Health & Social Policy calls upon the government to boost efforts to build the country’s healthcare infrastructure towards sustainability and resiliency.

Commitment and investments must be made in five key areas: healthcare financing; non-communicable diseases; public health emergency preparedness and response; reproductive health; and elderly care.

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