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The future: vision and challenges 

The future: vision and challenges
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The future: vision and challenges
Author(s):

Francis Omaswa

and Nigel Crisp

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780198703327.003.0024
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date: 17 September 2019

Chapter 24 draws together the major themes from throughout the book and identifies the lessons that can be learned for Africa and for the rest of the world. It concludes by offering a vision for the future, which can be achieved if Africans ‘claim their own future’, if there continues to be sufficient global solidarity to support health around the world, and if the countries of the continent develop a clear vision of ‘health made at home’.

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