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Cover photo for article, "Investing in public health systems is a global common good" by Agnes Soucat and Rajat Khosla.
By Agnès Soucat and Rajat Khosla The COVID-19 crisis has shed a brutal light on the […]
By: David McCoy | Published: September 27, 2022 David McCoy is the Policy Lead at UNU-IIGH […]
The global health enterprise has contributed to improving the wellbeing of people and increasing access to health services.
The COVID-19 pandemic has shone a spotlight on existing systemic inequities, both in terms of health inequity and broader socio-economic inequities.
To redress the balance of power between saviour and saved, they envision a utopic global health fuelled by respect and humility, and motivated by an adherence to values based on rights, equity, and justice.
Trickle-down economics holds that the way to lift the poor out of poverty is to support wealth creation in those who are already rich.