Cape Verde Gives Pointers on Achieving Universal Health Coverage

At the closing of the Second Africa Health Forum, Cabo Verde Minister of Health and Social Security, Dr Arlindo Nascimento do Rosário, unveiled a list of recommendations that conveys the next steps that countries should consider to deliver the health care systems that Africa needs. These include calls for faster action in building stronger, more resilient national health systems, the prioritizing of primary health care, ensuring that vulnerable groups are reached, the strengthening of public-private partnerships and greater, more efficient investment.

Cape Verde Minister of Health, Dr Arlindo Nascimento do Rosario.

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