Covid shows sustainable financing of WHO is needed to deliver health for all

Publication date 23 January 2022 | 21:05 | ICT

How much is our health worth? If Covid-19 has given any guide, clearly not enough. This stark reality has been ignored for too long – at a price the whole world can now see.

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