Month archive: November, 2017

Why lack of money is draining African health sectors

Pearl Heinemans, Angela Owiti, Renée de Jong

 

If you had to wait twelve hours to pay a visit to your physician, would you return the next time? Or if a midwife yelled at you during labour, or your prescription drugs were never available at your local pharmacy? In the African health sector, these scenarios are not uncommon. We talked about health care in Africa with the Nigerian PhD student Oluwasegun Jko Ogundele, who paid a visit to Wemos earlier this month.

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